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123 High St, Bordesley, Birmingham B12 0JU, UK

Our Story

Once upon a time, in the vibrant city of London, a remarkable street food venture was born. Its name was "Our Chaiimama," and it quickly became known as the king of street food, captivating the taste buds of food enthusiasts from all walks of life. This culinary masterpiece was the brainchild of M Mostafa Leemon, a visionary entrepreneur who aimed to bring the essence of traditional Bangladeshi street food to the bustling streets of the UK.

Leemon, along with his three co-founder members, Mosaddek Shamol, Jamil Ahmed, and Mohammed Iqbal, shared a deep-rooted passion for their cultural heritage and the rich flavours of traditional Bangladeshi cuisine. They hailed from the picturesque region of Sylhet in Bangladesh, a place renowned for its mouth-watering delicacies and culinary traditions.

With a collective background in the authentic curry restaurant business in the UK, the co-founders set out on a mission to revolutionize the street food scene with their innovative ideas. They wanted to bridge the gap between the flavours of home and the contemporary demands of food enthusiasts, both Deshi’s (Bangladeshi locals) and foreigners alike.

Our Chaiimama took pride in its ability to infuse traditional Bangladeshi street food with a delightful twist of modern culinary techniques. Their secret ingredient was the "aroma spice revolution," a unique blend of spices that tantalized the taste buds and transported their patrons to the streets of Bangladesh.

One of the highlights of Our Chaiimama's menu was their Dashi’s and English breakfast offerings. They seamlessly fused the best elements of British breakfast with the traditional flavours of Sylheti cuisine, creating a delightful fusion that became an instant hit. Patrons would flock to their vibrant food trucks and stalls, eager to savour the delectable combinations of crispy parathas, spicy omelettes, and succulent kebabs.

But what truly set Our Chaiimama apart was their mastery of the art of tea. Their "karack chaii" became legendary, with its rich, aromatic flavours that captivated the senses. The skilled tea masters at Chaiimama brewed their tea with precision, using the finest tea leaves and carefully curated spices. This delightful beverage became the heart and soul of the Chaiimama experience.

To further tantalize their customers, Our Chaiimama introduced bubble tea, a trendy and refreshing concoction that blended the vibrancy of Asian flavours with a contemporary twist. It became an instant sensation among the younger crowd, who marvelled at the delightful pearls and bursting flavors in each sip.

But the journey through the streets of Chaiimama's culinary excellence did not end there. Their menu included a wide variety of deshi’s desserts and ice cream, crafted with love and attention to detail. From creamy firni to mouth-watering ras malai and decadent falooda, their desserts offered a sweet ending to the gastronomic adventure.

With each passing day, Our Chaiimama continued to spread its wings, captivating food enthusiasts across the UK. The aroma of their tantalizing spices wafted through the streets, drawing people from far and wide to experience the magic that was Chaiimama.

M Mostafa Leemon, along with his co-founders, had not only succeeded in creating a thriving street food venture but had also become ambassadors of Bangladeshi cuisine, introducing its rich flavours and traditions to a wider audience. They had established themselves as the pioneers of authentic Bangladeshi street food, earning the well-deserved title of "King of Street Food."

The story of Our Chaiimama was a testament to the power of passion, innovation, and the celebration of cultural heritage. It reminded us that even in a bustling metropolis, the essence of home and tradition can thrive, leaving an indelible mark on the culinary landscape