Rumi’s Indian restaurant in Beverley are set to launch a new lunchtime offering with their own unique take Western foods.
In a bold move, the business owners are keen to deliver yet another take on Indian food as they look to diversify and aim to become lunchtime destination.
Speaking to HU17.net about their plans to open for lunch restaurant owner Sham Alom said;
“From the 14 June, we will be opening each Thursday through until Sunday between the hours of 11 AM and 3 PM serving a lighter menu that is based on Western food with an Indian twist.”
“Customers will be able to have something different to eat choosing from specially created dishes that will be exclusive to our lunchtime menu.”
“On the menu we will have plenty to choose from including Nan bread pizza, jacket potatoes that will all come with a choice of curried toppings, omelettes and chicken tikka wraps.”
It is this popularity and success that has prompted the owners to try to bring something different to Beverley and increase people’s choice in the town when it comes to eating lunch.
This is not the first time that Mr. Alom has looked to blend Western foods with Indian cuisine, back in February the popular Beverley eatery celebrated Yorkshire Pudding Day by selling giant curried filled Yorkshire Puddings to mark the day.
Mr. Alom who has been determined to bring authentic Indian cuisine to Beverley added;
“To begin with this is going to be a pilot scheme with a view to expanding the number of days we offer lunch if what we are doing proves successful.”
“While we cannot offer a delivery service on our lunchtime menu people will be able to call the restaurant and pre-order any food for collection.”
“We also plan to introduce some seating outside of the restaurant so if people wish to they can sit outside and enjoy their lunch during the warmer months.”