Up to 15 full and part time jobs are set to be created in Newmarket when a famous fish and chip brand comes to the town next month.
Harry Ramsden’s will open its doors in Market Street on February 8, at the former site of the Central Fish Bar, providing takeaways and sit-in dining for up to 50 in their new restaurant.
As the brand continues to go from strength to strength across the UK, carrying on the tradition which Harry himself started in 1928, we are looking forward to opening in NewmarketJoe Teixeira
Work has been seen going on in the building recently as the chain prepares to open its latest branch.
Joe Teixeira, CEO of the chain, said: “As the brand continues to go from strength to strength across the UK, carrying on the tradition which Harry himself started in 1928, we are looking forward to opening in Newmarket.
“Harry Ramsden’s enjoys a first class reputation for its food quality and friendly service, and we have achieved this because we recruit the right people into the business.
“It is always our highest priority, especially with new outlets, to ensure we deliver a great experience to our customers, every time, so our newly appointed Newmarket team is currently undergoing rigorous training which is being delivered by our in house team of experts.”
In October town councillors approved a drink licence application from Ramsden’s, Britain’s longest established restaurant chain.
The Newmarket Journal reported in October the news that the world famous chain was heading for the town, one of many major high street brands to express an interest in, or open new outlets in the town recently.