Posted: Tue 29th Nov 2022

New Noodle Bar proposed for Rhyl

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This article is old - Published: Tuesday, Nov 29th, 2022

Rhyl could soon have a brand-new Asian restaurant and takeaway.

A Shrewsbury-based company has applied to Denbighshire County Council for permission to convert a former charity shop into a noodle bar.
Sparta Foods Limited has submitted a planning application to the planning department, seeking a change of use for the building that was formerly Claire House Rhyl.

The former shop at 13-15 High Street closed during the pandemic and was last open for business in January 2021 before a national lockdown.
The store’s permanent closure was then announced by Claire House in February of the same year.

Now Sparta Foods Ltd plans to convert the former charity shop into a Chopstix Noodle Bar, which, according to its website, serves up wok-cooked dishes in less than a minute.

The noodle bar also claims to cook with fresh vegetables and quality meats with toppings that will ‘take you to a world of wonder’.
On the menu are dishes such as orange chicken, salt n’ pepper chicken, and sweet chili prawns, as well as egg fried rice, skinny rice, and Chinese chicken curry.

The national chain has numerous restaurants across the UK, including those in Liverpool, Manchester, and Birmingham.
The planning application says the shop is one of several vacant properties on Rhyl High Street and lies within the regeneration area on the pedestrianised section of the high street.
The application details proposed changes to the shopfront as well as the installation of extraction equipment.
The new shopfront will be glazed with white powder-coated aluminium frames and a black powder-coated aluminium door with pull handles in brushed stainless steel.
The shopfront will also feature a white powder-coated aluminium fascia sign panel.
The application will now go before Denbighshire County Council’s planning committee before a decision is made.

By Richard Evans – Local Democracy Reporter

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