Hinckley are set to become home to a brand new Thai restaurant later this year.
Harry Ward of Station Road-based property surveyors, Wards, has managed to successfully secure a deal with an occupant for a restaurant space in The Borough.
The news first broke that a deal was in the works to be secured for the space back in late January, however Wards remained quiet whilst they were getting the deal sorted.
The space has been sitting empty for a number of years and it was last used by Coral bookmakers back in 2009, however this will change throughout the year as it has been purchased by Nid’s Kitchen, who specialise in Thai cuisine.
Nid’s Kitchen will be a dine-in Thai restaurant which is a first for them as they are operating as a delivery outlet for villages through a website at the moment.
Currently, on Nid’s Kitchen’s website, they deliver to areas in villages such as Barwell, Earl Shilton, Hinckley, Stapleton and ‘surrounding areas’.
Harry Ward said: “Nid’s Kitchen will be a fantastic addition to the vibrant restaurant and bar scene in Hinckley town centre.
“Nid’s Kitchen already have an enviable reputation in the local area for excellent quality authentic Thai cuisine, therefore I am confident that their expansion into a restaurant will be a success.”
Back in 1998, this space was home to Lloyds Bank who shut down when they merged with TSB.
At this moment in time, Hinckley is only home to one other Thai restaurant, The Golden Spoon, based on Coventry Road.