Popular Indian restaurant, Dhoom, is celebrating its fifth anniversary.

Owner and chef Dhaneshwar Prasad and his team are marking the occasion with a month of giving back to the community.

Prasad told the press: "We're celebrating from October 15 to November 15, it's our fifth anniversary, and so we want to be more involved with the community."

So far Dhoom, on Dunfermline's New Row, has gifted £3,000 to the Peacocks in Pittencrieff Park, £1,500 to the Carnegie Dojo whom they worked with on a charity meal which raised a further £,5000, served over 300 free meals to NHS workers and frontline staff during the pandemic, and they're going to be giving out 100 free lunches to their loyal customers, and 25 free lunches to Scottish young carers, on October 23.

He continued: "It's basically something to give back and say thank you to the public for the support we have had from our regulars, the people of Fife and from all over Scotland.

"It's because of them that I am standing here today, I was having a really hard time in my life and they helped me survive."

And Prasad isn't just surviving, he and his team are thriving. They have won numerous awards over the last five years, including becoming the first restaurant in Fife to scoop an AA Rosette award for Culinary Excellence and has been named the Best Indian of Scotland.

Prasad added: "This whole month we will do something involving the public and giving thanks to all the people who have supported us.

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