Takeaway to offer buffet-style dining
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.