Indian takeaway enfields,herbst st takeaway,herberts st takeways have all announced plans to open their own Indian restaurants, and will be the first restaurants to open in Sydney and Melbourne.
The new Indian takeaway, Herbert St takeaways in Fremantle, will offer breakfast, lunch, dinner and snacks at a fixed price.
Auckland-based Herbert St took the initiative with a focus on Indian food, with chef Guy Stirling and his partner in crime, Hengrove.
“We’re proud to be opening the Herbert St Indian takeaway with a full menu of Indian dishes, and our customers will be able to choose from a range of Indian desserts,” Mr Stirling said.
Mr Stirling has worked in India for more than 20 years, and has been a regular customer of Indian restaurants for many years.
“It’s a wonderful place to work,” he said.
“You don’t have to go to the Indian restaurants to get your food.”
Mr Stirlings family also owns the local curry house, which is one of Herbert St’s most popular spots, and is one half of the company.
Mr Hengros and Ms Stirling’s partnership in crime is expected to generate more than $5 million in the next two years.
The restaurant will be located in the heart of the city, with a restaurant, bar and lounge area, and a separate cafe for the curry house and curry house patrons.
“This is a very exciting moment for us,” Mr Hengrot said.
“We are proud to partner with Herbert St takeaway in Fremont, and have the support of the community.”
I’m sure the restaurant will attract many more customers, and the curry will be just as popular, and with the help of the local community.
“The restaurant’s menu will include the classic Indian curries, and also the curry mash, which will be made from the curry mixture, with traditional Indian spices and garnishes.
The curry will also be available on the main menu, along with the traditional Indian snacks and a variety of traditional Indian desserts.”
The restaurant and bar will be packed with Indian culture, history and flavour,” Mr Herbert St said.
Guy and Hingrove will be our very own chefs, and we look forward to sharing our wonderful recipes and Indian flavours with our customers.””
We are very excited to partner up with Guy and Heng, and create this new Indian restaurant that will serve the best Indian food and culture,” Mr Herb St said in a statement.
“Guy and Hingrove will be our very own chefs, and we look forward to sharing our wonderful recipes and Indian flavours with our customers.”
Mr Herbert St has worked at Indian restaurants in New South Wales, Victoria and the ACT.
“Our aim is to create a welcoming and vibrant atmosphere that serves as a platform for Indian cultures to flourish in Australia,” he added.