Restaurant invests £500k in kitchen expansion


An Indian restaurant in South Lanarkshire is spending £500,000 on new kitchen facilities as part of a move to massively expand its business.

According to a BBC report, Mushtaqs Restaurant in Hamilton will be able to produce up to 4,000 meals a night.

The kitchen will support its growing home delivery and takeaway business. The programme of works is under tender and due to start this autumn, the report said.

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Mushtaqs says its investment will create up to 50 new jobs, with the company on the search for enthusiastic people with a real interest in proper Indian food.

New staff will be recruited in a rolling programme, starting early next year.

The new posts will include chefs, telephone operators, kitchen assistants, delivery drivers and e-commerce analysts.

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