There are eateries, and afterward, there are places that welcome you like an anticipated visitor and make you feel comfortable.
Sakina Halal Grill in Washington, D.C., is the last mentioned.
At first look, the spot resembles a very much looked after eatery: splendid and welcoming with tile mosaics and ceiling fixtures. The Indian-Pakistani food is reputed to be flavorful and the amiable staff, but that is not a complete story.
To own a restaurant has been a persistent dream for Kazi Mannan , who is the founder of the Sakina Halal Grill. At last, he was able to transform his idea into reality in 2013.
The restaurant has been for a long time. Manan said talking to the guest that he took custody of it in 2013, and this was something, he always waits for. I belong to a rural area in Pakistan that did not have power and water system. Our school was outdoors. It was my ultimate desire to do something to reduce poverty. Then I think to own a restaurant”. I am so glad that I did it.”
Following quite a while of diligent work and taking jobs at a service station and as a driver, Mannan got the capacity to purchase the eatery and revolutionize it, including changing the name to “Sakina” Halal Grill to tribute his mom, Sakina, who got died about years ago.
I am exceptionally esteemed to have a beautiful family,” Mannan said
“My mom instructed me to be benevolent and big-hearted.
If I recollect the past memories, there was a time when we were penniless and could hardly meet thee both ends.Still, if we had a visitor, she would offer tea and wholeheartedly welcome them into our home. She gave big sacrifices. I am endeavoring to instruct this to my family too”.
Manan is not only educating his family but also, he has become a role model to society. That is because he has “no question asked” philosophy. If someone has no money for food, still he can enjoy yummy items to eat. Therefore, everyone shares a similar friendly environment.
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