Mason Moore | Hinckley Reporter | 24 September 2021
A NEW noodle bar is setting up shop inside of Nuneaton’s Ropewalk shopping complex – and it is set to ‘open soon’.
Nagoyo Noodles, which is owned by Solihull-based businessman, Roland Sedan Salaria, have set up a stall inside of the Ropewalk, just outside the front of The Works stationery store.
Signage shows that it will be “opening soon” and they will serve up rice and noodle boxes for £5.50.
Unluckily for vegetarians and vegans, most of the food being advertised at the time of publication (24 September), is mainly chicken based.
For example, most of the rice and noodle boxes being advertised are: Red Thai Chicken Curry, Sweet and Sour Chicken, Chicken Teriyaki, Spicy Korean Chicken and ‘Nagoyo’s Chicken’.
Further dishes include Beef Tapa [sic] with Fried Egg and Rice, Prawn Noodles, Chicken Pad Thai Noodles, Pancit Canton Noodles and Pancit Bihon Noodles.
The boxes can be made with plain noodles, egg fried rice, or boiled rice, as the bases.
Whilst not taking on a retail space, it seems that Nagoyo will use their space on a regular basis, like the Top Gift phone repair shop outside of Costa Coffee and the Beauty Bar outside of the former HMV.
Their stall was first spotted inside of the shopping mall by the Free Press in early September (8 September).
An Instagram has been quietly launched for the brand, @nagoyonoodles, but it only has an email address and matching logo, with no posts as to an opening date or further information.