‘Gold’ standard cuisine comes to Kings Hill
Award-winning Indian and Bangladeshi cuisine will soon be on the menu for people living and working in Kings Hill when a popular family restaurant opens in Liberty Square.

Turmeric Square will be open for takeaways from Monday 8 March – with an introductory 20% off offer – and when able to fully open will have seating for 140 diners.

The restaurant is the fourth outlet of a family business that already runs Turmeric Gold in Tudeley, Cinnamon Square in Hildenborough and Happy Cuisine in Tonbridge.

Kamrul Islam, who runs the restaurants with his six brothers, said: “We have always thought Kings Hill would be the perfect place for our next venture as we have a large customer base travelling from West Malling and surrounding areas to our current restaurants. 

“The continued loyalty of our customers means we have experienced high demand during lockdown, and we felt now was the right time to invest in new premises. Liberty Square is an attractive location and we are looking forward to providing diners with our award-winning service and food.

“Our father was a chef and our restaurants are inspired by his drive and determination. It is very important to us to mark his legacy by maintaining his high standards and growing a successful family business.”

The brothers have a policy of supporting local businesses and using Kent suppliers wherever possible, including for poultry and vegetables.

Andrew Blevins, managing director of Kings Hill developer Liberty Property Trust, said: “Turmeric Square comes with a great reputation and will be a destination dining experience for which people will travel. It will be a great addition to the diverse range of food offers already available in Liberty Square. 

“Kamrul and his brothers have transformed Liberty Square’s largest restaurant premises which extend over   two storeys and stand at the heart of the community. I am confident their cuisine will prove very popular and I am delighted to welcome them to Kings Hill.” 

Turmeric Square will initially be open from 5pm to 10pm, with longer evening hours and lunchtimes once eat-in dining is allowed.  The menu features a range of chef’s specialities – including popular dishes such as Rajasthani lamb chops and Xa-Cuti, a fusion of Goan and Kashmiri cuisine – as well as a wide selection of vegetarian, vegan and gluten free options. 

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Cradick Retail acted for Liberty.