Brothers to open vegetarian Indian restaurant and sweet shop in Newcastle

Two brothers are set to open an Indian restaurant and sweet shop in Newcastle city centre.

Amarjit Singh and Jas Sanghera, both 39, have transformed an empty unit on Westgate Road into a new vegetarian eatery and store called ‘Samosa & Sweet Factory.’

The new restaurant is set to open on Saturday, November 4, and will serve up a menu of Indian street food, with seating inside for up to 30 people. And that’s not all, as customers will also be able to pop in to buy a range of Indian sweets and snacks to take away.

Amarjit and Jas, from Northumberland, said this will be their first restaurant venture in the city.

Jas said: “The restaurant will be 100% vegetarian and serve Indian street food. It will also have an Indian sweet and snack shop, so you can come in and buy Indian sweets and enjoy a meal as well.

“There are quite a lot of places like that down south but there are none up here. There are a lot of vegetarian and vegan people now so that is why we decided to open. We wanted to do something different to stand out from the crowd and people are very excited about it!”

The restaurant will be open seven days a week from 10am to 8pm.

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