As a father working to provide for his family, moving to Surrey, British Columbia was no easy task. The legendary hotelier was no stranger to adversity. Coming from the Gujarat region, making a living can be difficult. But, after many years, the Saini name became synonymous with excellence in hospitality.
This is what bore the traditions and legacy that would become Tasty. It started as Tasty Sweets & Restaurant.
With the support of his daughter Parminder, his son Inder, and the rest of the family, Tasty Sweets was a great success. A family business, with family values, this is what made the Tasty name so special. Every meal was crafted, like it was for family.
Years after his passing, his son Inder, would go on to carry the burden of excellence, founded by Avtar Saini. We proudly carry on the tradition of integrity, discipline and good food.
This was not a new experience for him, as he once ran a chain of restaurants from Gujrat to Punjab before moving to Canada in 1994 with his family. This had to be a hit because all the experience he gained working since his early teens. This location had capacity for 50 and as the time passed by this was one of the busiest Indian restaurants in lower mainland. He always wanted to build a place where customers would come to enjoy the food and have a feel that they are in the Taj Mahal.
A TRIBUTE TO THE FOUNDER AVTAR SAINI
This official TB Monogram was designed in 2020, it is a homage to the late founder. You will see it adorned to entrances, and very special elements within the brand. This is our way of paying tribute, and showing appreciation, while being inspired by his legacy.
The TB brand does not plan to slow down any time soon. While diversifying the companies portfolio into construction, hospitality and other restaurants, we maintain the spirit of inspiration and innovation that was laid down, by Avtar Saini.