A muslim owned restaurant in London is giving back this Christmas by making sure all homeless people in the area can come to their place of business and enjoy a complimentary meal.
Shish Restaurant in Sidcup, southeast London is providing homeless and the elderly a three-course Holiday dinner on Dec. 25.
A brochure handed out by the owner about the day states that “No one eats alone on Christmas Day.” Stressing that, “We are here to sit with you.”
A Muslim owned restaurant in London is ensuring 'no 1 eats alone on Christmas day' by offering free meals to homeless people and the elderly pic.twitter.com/M0CrKFnIj9
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To advertise the kind and loving mission, the establishment posted a handwritten note, highlighting the importance of people coming together from 12-6 pm on Christmas.
— Shish restaurant (@shishsidcup) November 18, 2016
The food choices include vegetarian and chicken casserole as well as chicken shish. With rice pudding for dessert.
On the glorious efforts, an employee, Hasan Masud told BuzzFeed about the efforts being done, said, “We’re just helping people.”
Explaining all people can come and have fun.
Since the announcement, people are sharing some happiness on social media in support of the decision using the hashtag #love #kindness.
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