INSPIRED BY DIFFERENCE.
Oli Khan, Internationally recognised award winning celebrity chef and successful entrepreneur.
Oli Khan has bagged many high honors and will doubtless bag many more for his adventurous, exciting and ingenious approach. Oli Khan won locally the National Curry Chef Competition in 2002/03 By CIEH. The British Bangladeshi Fusion Food Festival for 2005-06. He also took top honors at the British Fusion Food Festival in India in the same year. Oli also captured the British Fusion Food Festival 2008. local newspapers described Oli as the ‘Curry King of Stevenage’. Scores on the Doors Surma in Luton achieve five Stars in 2007 which was first Indian Takeaway in UK to get five out of five hygiene stars, on following year Surma in Stevenage achieve five stars and to date.
Oli started his first business at the age of 17 in Hatfield Road; St Albans called Tandoori Knight at the same time he studies in business management at Barnfield College in Luton. In 1996 Oli completed a computer literacy course, following which he obtained Diploma in IT (Information Technology). in 2002 he got an advanced certificate in Food Hygiene and other advance catering related certificates. In 2008 he got passed the diploma in multi-skilled food processing, cooking, management and first aid. In 2011 he completed Conflict Management and PL; Oli has been editor for some of the famous magazine and one of them is for Bangladesh Caterers Association called “Bangladesh Cuisine” in 2011.
Oli’s total achievement gained him ‘Best Caterer of the Year 2010’ at the golden jubilee celebration of Bangladesh Caterers Association UK and
“Business Achievement Award” for being the ‘Best Achiever in the Business and Community Relations’ by Curry Life Business Awards 2014.
Oli also finds time for charitable works. He is the founder chairman of Oli’s Foundation est. in 2002, general secretary of the Moulvibazar District Council UK, Senior vice President of Bangladeshi Caterers Association UK, founder & chairman of Soft Investment Group, founder and secretary of British Bangladeshi Business Forum, MD of Oli’s Properties, foundation member of Luton and Dunstable NHS Hospital Trust, member of the British Legion Club and Community Governors Woolenwick School in Stevenage.