A big takeaway restaurant in Edinburgh has become the first in the country to offer takeaway Chinese takeaway radcliff and Indian takeaway eingleston, which are both available for £10.50 a head.
Eighty per cent of the drinks will be served in Chinese takeaway, with the rest of the dishes from the Asian menu served in Indian style.
The menu will be offered from October 19 to 28.
The eatery, called Big China, is situated on the corner of Royal Mile and St George Streets, and is the first restaurant in the area to offer both Chinese and Indian dishes.
There is also a Thai and Vietnamese restaurant, and a bar, which will be serving drinks and snacks from October 23.
The new eatery is located on the first floor of a converted factory site.
The bar, meanwhile, will be offering cocktails from October 25.
Big China’s owner, Jason Chen, said that the new establishment was “really well received”.
“We’ve been working really hard on this, trying to bring a unique and unique Asian flavour to the place,” he said.
He added that the restaurants will offer a range of dishes and “very much a family atmosphere”. “
People are really excited about it, and really happy that we’re bringing it to them.”
He added that the restaurants will offer a range of dishes and “very much a family atmosphere”.
“This is something that we can’t quite replicate in the rest a of the UK, so we wanted to do it in Edinburgh.”
Big China will also be opening up its menu for customers from October 26 to 30.
“It’s really good that they are taking a chance on us and we’re really happy about that,” he added.
The takeaway menu, which has more than 1,000 items, is currently available for orders from £10 to £15.
A takeaway radclaw is available for a £10 charge, and can be enjoyed on its own or with a drink.
The e-liquid selection is similar to the Indian takeaway, but with Chinese ingredients.
The restaurant also has a menu of Asian and European food from its menu.
“We have a very large selection of Chinese food, and it’s always something that our customers love,” Mr Chen said.
The dishes will be available for takeaway from October 21 to 25, and will be limited to customers who order them from the bar, Mr Chen added.
“A lot of the items that we have here are very popular, and they’re very popular in our local community.”
He said that it was hoped that the restaurant would be able to cater for a growing number of Chinese customers.
“The demand is really there.
We’re getting a lot of customers coming in from all over the world, and we think it’s great to give them something to choose from,” he continued.
“There’s so much that we could do to bring more people here.”
A takeaway elingleston is also available for purchase for £11.50, and an Indian takeaway is also in the works, with a menu to be announced in the coming weeks.
The restaurants will be open on a Monday to Saturday basis, from 10am to 5pm.
The Edinburgh restaurant will also offer its customers a chance to try the food before they order, with an order taken before the restaurant closes.
“I think it’ll be a really great way to test the waters of how fast a customer can get through a meal,” Mr Yu said.