Award-winning Chef Sudha Saha Opens O.kra in Stafford
Located on Mill Street, the newest restaurant to arrive in Stafford town centre provides a unique and modern take on traditional Indian dishes.
O.kra’s dishes remain authentic to Indian recipes passed down through generations, fusing local and seasonal quality ingredients with global influences, to produce a dining experience to remember.
And at its helm – Consultant Indian Chef Sudha Saha:
“The current climate has seen a huge shift within the restaurant industry. Many restaurants have unfortunately had to close their doors, yet I believe it provides the opportunity for others to shine. O.kra is one of those, and I’m extremely excited to lead the way to launch something special there.”
Stemming from his love for authentic flavours, and innovative and imaginative techniques of cooking, Sudha is truly passionate about being able to share a fresh perspective on the cuisine. Offering a modern approach to traditional cooking, Sudha looks to break down the conventional barriers, and both inspire and educate people in Indian cuisine. Recognised by both the Michelin and Hardens Guides, Sudha has created a menu that fuses local and seasonal produce with global influences – the result of this East-West affair is spectacular, and a world away from Birmingham’s renowned Baltis,
Sudha’s culinary career spans over three decades, and he has taken part in a range of live cooking demos including Hotelympia, Grand Designs and the Food and Drink Expo at the NEC. He has also made appearances on Brit Asia TV’s ‘Culinary King’, Channel 4’s ‘Iron Chef’, ITV’s ‘Britain’s Best Dish’, BBC2’s ‘Restaurant with Alex Polizzi’, CBBC’s ‘Disaster Chef’, and Food Network’s ‘Birmingham to Bombay’.
O.kra Indian Restaurant
16-18 Mill Street
Monday to Sunday – 5.30pm to 11:00pm