A CURRY house, a phone shop and a store that sells a little bit of everything have opened in Rugby.
Rugby First has welcomed the move of three new businesses to town which are Go Curry, Phone Zone and Ltl Bit of Everything.
The management of Go Curry, an Indian take-away and restaurant on Church Street, which opened last week said: “Go Curry offers authentic Indian food and flavours at great prices. The meat for our dishes is sourced locally from good quality suppliers and all the other secret ingredients are flown direct from India providing the curries with an authentic, distinct and unique taste. The restaurant is open from 11am (every day except Sunday), catering for lunch time as well as evening customers and for less than £5.00 you can pick up a delicious main course with choice of rice or fresh naan, baked in our Tandoori oven. We are delighted with our central location in the town and the support we have received from Rugby First. This will be the first of many ‘Go Curry’ restaurants we plan to open in the region and we look forward to welcoming our new customers.”
Kulwinder Lombardelli, owner of Ltl Bit of Everything, due to open this week on North Street, whose strap line is ‘from Prada to Pound lines’ said: “We sell everything from low to top range goods, including hardware, homeware, toiletries, cosmetics, toys and handbags. New products will be arriving all the time. We are here to serve the customer. If a customer wants an item we are very willing to see if we can source it and sell it in the shop. Our aim is to bring great products at a great price to Rugby.”
Mr B Butt, owner of Phone Zone, who supply accessories and repair mobile phones with experienced technicians on site at Church Street said: “Rugby is a great place to do business. The town centre is safe, clean and accessible and offers a good shopping experience. We offer good products, at great prices with excellent customer service. This is what people want and have a right to expect, particularly at the moment.”
Aftab Gaffar, director of operations for Rugby First, said: Despite the tough economic climate new businesses continue to open and thrive in Rugby. Rugby First is always keen to hear from and support new businesses thinking about setting up in the Town Centre – please get in touch to find out how we can help.”