17th March 2019
The Indo-Chinese concept Oodles Chinese has launched in Luton, its sixth site. Oodles Chinese has opened its restaurant at a site in Dunstable Road, formerly occupied by a Dixy Chicken. The other Oodles Chinese sites are in Birmingham, two venues in Leicester, Derby and Bolton.
The restaurant serves Indo-Chinese dishes such as Malaysian chicken, chilli chicken, Chinese lamb curry, chilli prawns, teriyaki chicken, Schezuan beef stir fry and crispy prawns. Side options include vegetable spring rolls, Chinese fried wings and prawn crackers. The restaurant is certificated halal with vegetarian options.
“We are delighted to finally open the doors to our first store in the south, said Oodles Chinese director Mohammed Umar. “We want Dunstable Road to be our flagship store in the south and the first of a long chain in this region creating jobs.”
Team behind Chinese restaurant Xi’an Impression launches third London site, in Bloomsbury: The team behind Chinese restaurant Xi’an Impression in Highbury, north London, has launched its third site in the capital, this time in Bloomsbury. Master Wei has opened at a site in Cosmo Place formerly occupied by one of London’s oldest restaurants, Cagney’s, which was founded in 1978. As at its sister sites, Master Wei specialises in dishes from Xi’an City in Shan Xi province in central China. The kitchen is led by Xi’an Impression co-founder Guirong Wei, with the new venue featuring some favourite dishes from the original restaurant, which is opposite Arsenal football club’s Emirates Stadium, as well as more traditional dishes. In July, the Xi’an Impression team launched sister site Xi’an Biang Biang Noodles near Spitalfields in east London.