New Bangladeshi Restaurant Opening in Belfast
A BANGLADESHI-born restaurateur is bringing a touch of the space-age to his latest Belfast business venture in a bid to spice up a hospitality recovery.
Luthfur Ahmed, already well-known for the Bengal Brasserie on the Ormeau Road, plans to open a new eatery 7Spice at St Anne's Square on October 14.
And a feature of the restaurant - a £500,000 investment which is creating 25 jobs - are five purpose build self-contained pods at the side of 7Spice, capable of accommodating up to 40 customers.
Pictured are Fably Khanam and Luthfur Ahmed with Economy Minister, Diane Dodds.
Photo: Peter O'Hara Photography
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