Company will also unveil the restaurant’s new contemporary look and feel.
Harry Ramsden’s announced that, at last, it has returned home- making its long awaited return to Yorkshire, when the new Harry Ramsden’s officially opened its doors in Wrose Road, Shipley on 2 April 2015.
The opening of the new outlet is the result of the partnership between Vikesh and Dimple Patel of JVP Ventures and the senior management team at Harry Ramsden’s.
Vikesh and Dimple joined The Lord Mayor of Bradford, Cllr Mike Gibbons as well as Harry Ramsden’s Director, Frank Romano and the brand’s mascot, Harry the Haddock at the official opening of the new outlet.
The Lord Mayor of Bradford said: “I’m delighted that Harry Ramsden’s has decided to come back to Yorkshire and especially that they have chosen to start this welcome return in the Bradford district.”
Joe Teixeira, CEO of Harry Ramsden’s speaking of the opening said “With this opening, we are pleased to fulfil a long held ambition to bring Harry’s home to Yorkshire. We are also delighted to unveil the new contemporary look and feel which has played its part in allowing the brand to reclaim its rightful place as one of the nation’s favourites, as was confirmed recently in an independent industry survey of 5000 UK consumers. Indeed, it also remains a fact that fish and chips is still one of the UK’s favourite takeaway meals, selling over 300 million portions annually and this gives us great confidence moving forward, as we seek to increase the brand’s presence both within the UK and internationally.”
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