High Bailiff Officially Opens The Curry Republic
The opening of The Curry Republic in Henley-in-Arden High Street marks the start of an exciting new Indian take away business in the Midlands.
The first in a proposed chain of similar outlets across the region, The Curry Republic offers fine Indian cuisine at affordable prices – either delivered or prepared for collection – though in the Henley outlet there is also a seated restaurant area.
“We want our brand to become a household name and for customers to know exactly what they can expect – quality food with a consistent taste – wherever they buy it,” said Bilal Ahmed, CEO Bywater Investment Group and proprietor of the new venture.
“It is an ambitious project but we are confident it will be a success,” said Bilal, whose family ran a successful Indian restaurant in Birmingham for more than 20 years.
“There are so many chains for other food types but nothing really recognisable for Indian cuisine. We want The Curry Republic to be that name,” he added.
To ensure consistency the menu will be kept at around 40 dishes and there will be online ordering facilities.
Two more outlets are scheduled to open in Shirley and Birmingham city centre in the coming months.
Picture caption: The Curry Republic is officially opened by Henley-in-Arden High Bailiff John Rutherford (far right) with (left to right)
Low Bailiff John Tristram, Town Crier Gordon Trinder, Paul Squire of Bywater Investment Group and Bilal Ahmed, The Curry Republic
Issued on behalf of The Curry Republic by Lois Burley PR Ltd (0121 666 7003). For more details, contact Bilal Ahmed at The Curry Republic on 07957 553 831 or visit www.thecurryrepublic.co.uk