Dad passed away about 10 years before we moved over. Mum wanted a quieter life and here we are….it was a little bit unnerving.
I didn’t know what was going on but I was all ready for the move.
Milesh at home in the kitchen cooking up some delightful cuisine.
My Dad’s dream was to open up a restaurant. My dream is going into Indian street food. Probably bring a cart over from India and take it around to do lunches, events, who knows, Latitude or Glastonbury, you’ll see Guju Kitchen parked up selling Dosas, Pakoras, street food from Gujarat.
“You just have to spend a day in MK and you’ll be wowed because there’s so much going on”
It’s important to keep alive the culture, that’s what mum and dad taught me and I don’t want to lose it. It’s something that will inspire other generations of my culture who aren’t involved…I love how everybody in Milton Keynes breaks the stereotype that it’s a concrete jungle and that’s it. They don’t see that we’re all trying to make our own dream and they’ve just got to tap into it. There are so many upcoming artists and small businesses that are not getting the exposure but you just have to spend a day in MK and you’ll be wowed because there’s so much going on.”