With champagne and cocktails flowing throughout the evening, joining Kindi Sunner, Group Director of Five Rivers Group, were leading business figures from the West Midlands, local Walsall businesses and regional media.
It was night of special milestones too, the first official engagement by Midlands lass Deanna Uppal, Miss India Worldwide UK, and the last official engagement by BBC presenter Sonia Deol, who will be leaving her show on BBC Asian Network to move to Vancouver.
Guests enjoyed performances from fire breathers whilst inside the heat was being raised from the kitchen, delivering fresh tasty canapés showcasing the quality that has defined Five Rivers reputation. Completing the night’s proceedings was a charity raffle for the Mayor’s official charities.
The transformation of a former leatherworks site in Walsall to the tune of £1.1 million into a fine dining establishment carries all the trademarks of the successful Five Rivers brand; innovative, stylish and pioneering.
KindiSunner, Group Director, delighted at the evening said, “What a fantastic evening! From all the Five Rivers team, I would like to say a very big thank you to the Mayor of Walsall Cllr Garry Perry for attending and officially opening the restaurant.”
Shamim HM, Sales & Marketing Director, “Thank you to all our great guests.Sonia Deol was a star as our host and our guests loved the fact they got to meet Miss India UK too. All the hard work and effort has been worth it for a diamond night like this!”