The Gandhi Experience
Located just north of Fareham Town, The Gandhi Indian Takeaway has one of the finest reputations for quality Indian Cuisine in the area. Our reputation has been built on talented chefs, fresh ingredients, and traditional recipes that combine to create mouth-watering dishes.
Our authenic Indian flavours combined with the friendly staff working to the highest standards ensure our customers return again and again! Experience The Gandhi today,we are confident you will not be disappointed!
Charity Event 2013
For 2013 Mr Abu Suyeb Tanzam, donated all the takings from the evening and handed over a cheque of £600 to the Lord mayor of Fareham’s charity. The event has been running for several years and the staff and customers of The Gandhi Takeaway, have donated several thousands of pounds in that time.
Guests for the evening were the lord and lady mayor of Fareham, who were also joined by the lord and lady mayor of Portsmouth who wanted to offer their support for the event. Also on hand was
Paul Curtis, who was one of Fareham towns Olympic Torch bearers. Paul proved to be popular with both customers and dignitaries.
Charity Event 2014
For 2013 Mr Abu Suyeb Tanzam, donated all the takings from the evening and once again handed over a cheque of £600 to the Mayor of Fareham’s charity. He also donated £300 to Linvoy Primus's Charity Faith and Football. Mr Suyeb had learnt about the good work that Linvoy and his colleagues do for youngsters in the surrounding areas, and wanted to make a contribution.
Both the Mayor and Linvoy were at The Gandhi on the evening and were grateful to The Gandhi for their generosity. Linvoy said “it was a great surprise for us when we received a phone call from Abu, offering to make a donation to the charity. Without the generosity of people, we wouldn't be able to continue and every penny helps"!
Charity Event 2015
The annual Gandhi Charity Event raised an amazing £900 this year and the money was donated to the Mayor if Fareham, Charities Stubbington Ark, the Rowans Hospice,) and partly to Cancer Research.
This year also saw a joint venture between The Gandhi Takeaway and The Heathfield Arms public house. Me (from Gandhi), Tim & Denise Haimes from The Heathfield Arms, along with friends, families and customers raised £6,000 for Cancer Research UK!
Abu Suyeb, would like to thank Mr and Mrs Haimes for all their hard work and everyone for all their hard work and generosity. cause. Hayley Callacher the local Fundraising Manager for Cancer Research UK, received the cheque on behalf of the charity.
Macmillan Cancer Support
Charity Event May 2015
This weekend, we sponsored Bob and Sandra Young during their wonderful fundraising for Macmillan Cancer Support.
We truly hope it makes a difference. Well done to Sandra and Bob!
Portsmouth Evening News
November 4th 2015
Mr Abu Tanzam, who runs the Gandhi Takeaway in Anjou Crescent, Fareham, says: ‘It’s important to work with local people.
‘These are the things I’m really passionate about. A small contribution to a charity makes a difference. It inspires me and makes me feel better when I try and do something for the community. I am proud of my customers’ help.’
Mr Tanzam formally launched his fundraising evening eight years ago and has raised thousands of pounds since then.
Charity Event 2016
The event raised money for Cancer Research UK, which received £1,000 and the remaining £650 went to two charities chosen by Mayor of Fareham Mike Ford, who also attended the event.
Cllr Ford said: ‘Abu sets aside a day every year and donates all the takings to the mayor’s chosen charities, and this year he donated money to Cancer Research UK as well. It was fantastic. A brilliant event.’ Cllr Ford picked The Dave Wellman Cancer Trust and The Gosport and Fareham Inshore Rescue Service to split the £650 raised from the takeaway’s fundraiser.
The Mayoress of Fareham Anne Ford, David Bell from Fareham who is now in remission, Hayley Callacher, local fundraising manager for Cancer Research UK, Paul Richards from Richards Newsagent, owner of Gandhi's Abu-Suyeb Tanzam, Cllr Leslie Keeble and the Mayor of Fareham Mike Ford.