New Pan-Asian noodle bar in Bristol to give away 100 free meals
It’s the latest opening in Broadmead
A Pan-Asian noodle bar is opening in Bristol city centre - and it’s offering a free meal to the first 100 people who enter its doors.
Chopstix opens inside the former H Samuel shop in Broadmead on Monday (August 14) at 11am. Inside, guests will be able to see the ‘wok masters’ and dine in the 60-seat eating area. Takeaway options will also be available.
To mark the launch, 1,000 portions of Chopstix’s crispy vegetable spring rolls will be given to those who visit in the first week - and the first 100 people in line will get free medium boxes of food.
The menu will feature Smoky Seoul Chicken, a smoky South Korean-inspired chicken dish, Salt ‘N’ Pepper Chicken, as well as Chopstix favourites including Chicken Katsu Curry and the signature Caramel Drizzle Chicken.
Rob Burns, marketing director for Chopstix, said: “We are delighted to announce the opening of our new Bristol store on 14th August. Chopstix prides itself on creating a faster, fresher and tastier alternative to fast food in the UK.
“Bringing a new Chopstix to the Bristol area is a fantastic opportunity, for both us as we create 25 jobs in the local area, and for our customers, who are invited to visit on opening day and beyond for a taste of the delicious and diverse dishes that Chopstix has to offer.”