Wednesday, April 25, 2012

News: Thai Garden Café to open in Rotherham


The Thai Garden Café is the latest food outlet to take space at the Onyx Retail Park in Manvers, Rotherham.

Only one unit is left in phase 1 of the development by Onward Holdings with Subway, Greggs, Domino's and MotorWorld already signed up.

The retail park, comprising 17,500 sq ft of retail space, is based at the Manvers Waterfront development, the 285-acre mixed-use regeneration of the former Manvers Colliery by Anglo-Dutch developers, TCN UK.

Opening next month, the Thai Garden Café, which has seating for 30 people and space for a further 12 diners outside, will be a "great place to chill out" with a relaxed atmosphere and varied menu. It will be serving oriental dishes using typical Thai ingredients.

The café is owned by Sheffield housebuilder Paul Hague. He said: "Onward Holdings was very helpful during the whole process and the Onyx Retail Park is such an ideal location.

"We are thrilled to be starting out in such a vibrant area. New houses are being built nearby and with visitors to the RSPB's Old Moor nature reserve and other local attractions, we expect to hit the ground running when we open for business."

Plans for phase 2 of the site have now been brought forward to accommodate additional interest from food outlets. This will release an additional 10,000 square feet of space split between two units, however, to allow flexibility Onward has decided to apply for planning permission to enable the units if required to be divided into much smaller shells to accommodate further quick service food stores and or restaurants.

Neil Storey, director at Onward Holdings, said: "We are delighted to welcome the Thai Garden Café to the Onyx Retail Park. This brings another thrilling dimension to the eating experience available to visitors to the site. We wish the Thai Garden Café every success."

Onward Holdings website

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