Take­away to of­fer buf­fet-style din­ing

The Oban Times - - Front Page -

OBAN’S award-win­ning take­away Ke­babish Curry House is ex­pand­ing its busi­ness and cre­at­ing the first buf­fet-style restau­rant in the town.

AN AWARD-WIN­NING take­away in town is ex­pand­ing its busi­ness and cre­at­ing the first buf­fet-style restau­rant in Oban. Ke­babish Curry House will be ren­o­vat­ing the build­ing next door, which was pre­vi­ously known as The Pan­cake Place and Palava, in or­der to cre­ate an In­dian buf­fet with a set price. Shaukat An­war Chaudhry, who owns Ke­babish, is con­fi­dent that the new es­tab­lish­ment will be open for busi­ness by next month. He said that it would of­fer eight sal­ads, and eight sauces, a choice of four starters, three piz­zas and 12 mixed main dishes, along with rice, naans, desserts and green tea. Mr Chaudhry said: ‘I think it will go well. I opened the first ke­bab shop in Oban – serv­ing high qual­ity, healthy food to the Oban com­mu­nity and there's cur­rently noth­ing like this in Oban: a buf­fet. ‘I am look­ing for­ward to serv­ing a hy­gienic and healthy buf­fet to the com­mu­nity. ‘ We will need new staff for the dessert side of it and new serv­ing staff for the restau­rant.’ Where the cur­rent seat­ing area in Ke­babish is will be turned in to a dessert par­lour, serv­ing Equi's ice-cream, shakes, cakes and sun­daes.

BUF­FET: Shaukat An­war Chaudhry, Hash­mat Ali Chaudhry and Danyal Ali Chaudhry in front of the new premises.

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