Bid to open Restaurant Hub at Hinckley Sainsbury’s

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Hinckley’s Sainsbury’s supermarket could soon welcome a Restaurant Hub, which gives diners the chance to enjoy food from a number of brands, all in one place. An application for consent to display an advertisement has been submitted to Hinckley and Bosworth Borough Council.

Pictures on the application show that the sign would advertise The Restaurant Hub and the brands within it – Caffe Carluccio’s, Harry Ramsden’s and Ed’s Easy Diner. The application, which was submitted earlier this month, seeks permission to display the advertisements from March 6, 2023.

Hinckley’s Sainsbury’s supermarket is located in Rugby Road in the town centre, and is part of The Crescent shopping area. According to the application, The Restaurant Hub will be situated in the former Sainsbury’s Cafe, which closed for good last year.

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The Restaurant Hub is operated by Boparan Restaurant Group in partnership with Sainsbury’s. There are already a number of sites across the UK, including in Birmingham and London.

According to The Restaurant Hub website, it aims to offer “a unique and different dining experience where compromise is firmly off the menu.” Diners can mix and match dishes from any of the participating restaurants, which vary between locations.

Participating Boparan brands are Ed’s Easy Diner, Harry Ramsden’s, Slim Chickens, Gourmet Burger Kitchen and Caffe Carluccio’s. Late last year, a job advert was posted by the company, looking for a general manager for its Hinckley Restaurant Hub.

The post, which has since expired, said: “We pride ourselves in delivering the best service and standards to our customers each and every time, and we know that in order to achieve this, we need amazing people on board to continue our mission- and that’s where you come into the mix!”

LeicestershireLive has contacted Boparan Restaurant Group to find out more about the potential Hinckley opening.



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