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Shampan Bromley
Shampan Bromley
38 Chatterton Road, Chatterton Village
Bromley, Kent, BR2 9QN
Telephone: 020 8460 7169
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Shampan Welling
Shampan Welling
8 Falconwood Parade, The Green
Welling, Kent, DA16 2PL
Telephone: 020 8304 9569
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Shampan At The Spinnign Wheel
Shampan At The Spinning Wheel
The Spinning Wheel, Grays Road
Westerham, Kent, TN16 2HX
Telephone: 01959 572 622
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Shampan Bromley
Shampan Bromley

With an ambience that is bright and vibrant, the restaurant boasts the kind of unfussy Indian food that has always been a magnet for locals and those beyond. In addition, we have a bar that offers tempting drinks and our service is efficient and welcoming.

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Shampan Bromley
Shampan Welling

Quietly perched in a parade on an off the beaten track spot, our restaurant is simply the best Indian in the local and surrounding areas, as judged by the British Curry Awards. Our elevated interior gives a sense of sophistication and anticipation of a first-rate dining experience.

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Shampan Bromley
Shampan At The Spinning Wheel

At Shampan at the Spinning Wheel, we believe in giving you the finest dining experience combining traditional and modern Indian dishes offering fresh and flavoursome foods with the highest quality of service and spacious and relaxing surroundings.

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As Shampan’s Group Director, I’m very proud to have spearheaded our restaurants since the beginning of the millennium. My journey has been both fascinating and exhilarating; starting from humble beginnings working as a part time waiter in the original Shampan, then working my way up to becoming a partner in 1995.

In 2002, I saw an opportunity to move Shampan to the next level when I acquired premises further along Chatterton Road, Bromley. Shampan 2 became an instant success and enabled the brand to start becoming a household name.

In 2006, I had another instant success when I opened Shampan 3, Welling. The restaurant practically rejuvenated the area and its growing reputation enhanced the group to become an award winning restaurant in the London Suburbs, recognised by the British Curry Awards in 2011, 2014 and 2016.

A fourth Shampan was always on the horizon and having found the perfect location in Westerham, Shampan at the Spinning Wheel was born in 2011, providing us a platform to really set a benchmark and launch the Shampan Group legacy. Shampan at the Spinning Wheel became the flagship for Shampan Group and has been regarded as one of the Best restaurants in the Indian Hospitality industry by peers as well as the British Curry Awards in 2012 and 2013 for Best Newcomer and in 2015 for Best in South East.

June 2012 saw another development for Shampan Group with the launch of Shampan Foundation; the charity arm of the group devoted to making a difference to the lives of young people in Bangladesh through the power of sport. As Founder of the charity, I’ve had the good fortune of visiting each of the projects in Bangladesh and I have seen first-hand, the positive impact we are having to the people involved.

From its very first opening almost three decades ago, Shampan has come a long way. I feel immensely fulfilled and honoured with this achievement. I am also incredibly thankful to the staff and management teams around me for their support as well as the continued loyalty of our customers, some of whom have been with us for the duration of all those years.

As Shampan’s Group Director, I’m very proud to have spearheaded our restaurants since the beginning of the millennium. My journey has been both fascinating and exhilarating; starting from humble beginnings working as a part time waiter in the original Shampan, then working my way up to becoming a partner in 1995.

In 2002, I saw an opportunity to move Shampan to the next level when I acquired premises further along Chatterton Road, Bromley. Shampan 2 became an instant success and enabled the brand to start becoming a household name.

In 2006, I had another instant success when I opened Shampan 3, Welling. The restaurant practically rejuvenated the area and its growing reputation enhanced the group to become an award winning restaurant in the London Suburbs, recognised by the British Curry Awards in 2011, 2014 and 2016.

A fourth Shampan was always on the horizon and having found the perfect location in Westerham, Shampan at the Spinning Wheel was born in 2011, providing us a platform to really set a benchmark and launch the Shampan Group legacy. Shampan at the Spinning Wheel became the flagship for Shampan Group and has been regarded as one of the Best restaurants in the Indian Hospitality industry by peers as well as the British Curry Awards in 2012 and 2013 for Best Newcomer and in 2015 for Best in South East.

June 2012 saw another development for Shampan Group with the launch of Shampan Foundation; the charity arm of the group devoted to making a difference to the lives of young people in Bangladesh through the power of sport. As Founder of the charity, I’ve had the good fortune of visiting each of the projects in Bangladesh and I have seen first-hand, the positive impact we are having to the people involved.

From its very first opening almost three decades ago, Shampan has come a long way. I feel immensely fulfilled and honoured with this achievement. I am also incredibly thankful to the staff and management teams around me for their support as well as the continued loyalty of our customers, some of whom have been with us for the duration of all those years.

Spanning over four decades, a famed and celebrated restaurant name, renowned for its superlative Indian food and excellent hospitality, Shampan had its humble beginnings in 1989, with the establishment of a small restaurant in Chatterton Village, Bromley, Kent. The restaurant’s flavoursome cooking combined with a vibrant atmosphere and friendly service made it an instant success with its clientele.

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Launched as an extension of Shampan Group, the Shampan Foundation’s goal is to help and inspire communities and individuals in Bangladesh who are socially excluded or may face abject poverty via the power of sport.

Through engaging in sports, the Foundation firmly believes that young people can develop skills and knowledge and gain experiences that are transferable and will support them throughout their lives.

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A famed and celebrated restaurant name, renowned for its superlative Indian food and excellent hospitality, Shampan had its humble beginnings in 1989, with the establishment of a small restaurant in Chatterton Village, Bromley, Kent. The restaurant’s flavoursome cooking combined with a vibrant atmosphere and friendly service made it an instant success with its clientele.

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Launched as an extension of Shampan Group, the Shampan Foundation’s goal is to help and inspire communities and individuals in Bangladesh who are socially excluded or may face abject poverty in Bangladesh via the power of sport.

Through engaging in sports, the Foundation firmly believes that young people can develop skills and knowledge and gain experiences that are transferable and will support them throughout their lives.

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