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Shehan-Shah?

Question Corner: May 2017

by Tim Athan

From the May, 2017 issue

Q. For many years my family used to eat at Shehan-Shah restaurant on Washington (where Aventura is now). Can you find out how the really nice family that ran it is doing?

A. Sukhdial and Ravinder Singh are retired, living in Pittsfield Township, and loving being grandparents. Their son and their daughter are now working professionals and parents; their son and his family live with them.

The Singhs ran Shehan-Shah from 1987 to 2005. "I really miss the restaurant business," Sukhdial told us. "I still dream about Shehan-Shah a lot, and I usually see it back and very busy, and we are working very hard, and I love my customers, because they are very nice to me."

Singh would be glad to hear from Shehan-Shah customers, and invited us to publish his phone number; it's 434-7488.    (end of article)

[Originally published in May, 2017.]

 



 
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