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Entrepreneur Naresh Sapkota received the “Best Restaurant 2020” award in Poland

WARSAW:- Snehaj Touch of India, run by Nepali origin restaurant entrepreneur Naresh Sapkota in Poland, has received the “Best Restaurant 2020” award.

According to Sapkota, the restaurant won the best award restaurant of wojewoda łódzki 2020 by, a well-known online food ordering company in Poland.

This competition is held every year.

After winning the award, Sapkota said, “I am very proud of the award by competing with international franchise companies in foreign lands.”

Sapkota, who has been living in Poland for the past 16 years, was honored by the Nepali Businessmen’s Association of Poland as an outstanding businessman.

At a function held in Warsaw, Poland, Dr. Uday Dev Acharya, President of the Association, felicitated Sapkota with a letter of congratulations and best wishes. Speaking on the occasion, Acharya said, “The Nepali community in Poland is proud of the success of this member of the Nepali Businessmen’s Association, which has surpassed many Polish businessmen.”

Awarded Sapkata said, “This success belongs not to me personally but to the entire Nepali business community. It is the result of the hard work of each of my employees who have received this award”.

Businessmen Rita Neupane, Tank Katuwal, Prakash Tiwari, Amit Kumar Yadav, Anupa Acharya, and others congratulated Sapkota on the occasion.

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