Happy Birthday Asha Bhosle!

As we mark he birthday of Bollywood’s legendary songstress, Asha’s is offering dinners a chance to win a year’s free dining at Aha’s Wafi, Dubai.

At Asha’s Restaurants we love a special occasion and, in honour of India’s most famous female singer who will celebrate her 84th birthday next month, this August and September we are offering diners a unique opportunity to take part in a very special competition.

Think you know everything about Asha Bhosle? Partake in her birthday challenge with our Who’s That Girl competition.

Simply answer one simple question in the competition post’s comment box on Asha’s Original Facebook page and you could win a year’s free dining at the original Asha’s Restaurant at Wafi Mall in Dubai.

The competition runs from the 15th of August until the 8th of September 2017 and is only applicable to UAE residents. The winner will be announced on Asha’s social media accounts. Like us on Facebook and click here to answer the competition question now!

A year of celebration

Asha’s Restaurants is also gearing up for another birthday celebration in 2017 as we celebrate our 15-year anniversary this December.

The driving force behind an award-winning culinary destination that transcends cultures and crosses continents, in 2002 Asha Bhosle’s passion for authentic, high quality North-West Indian-inspired food “from the heart” became accessible to Dubai diners with the opening of the first Asha’s at Wafi Mall.

A passing comment from her son that she should do something more with her love for cooking and open a one-of-a-kind restaurant to showcase her favourite recipes was the catalyst for the Asha’s Restaurants brand.

Asha’s global ambition

In just 15 years, the global Indian restaurant chain – the first of its genre – has become a firm favourite of regional and international diners with 13 locations in Abu Dhabi, Bahrain, Kuwait and Qatar in the Gulf, and Birmingham and Manchester in the UK. This August also sees the opening of the first of four locations in Saudi Arabia.

“I believe music and food go hand in hand. I have yet to meet a musician who is not a foodie and even though they may not cook regularly; they definitely try their hand at it and experiment. There seems to be a synergy between taste buds and ears. When I perfect a dish, it’s almost like singing the perfect song and a medley of perfect dishes is like the perfect concert,” said Asha.