New noodle bar offers 1,000 free portions of spring rolls in opening week - The Redditch Standard

New noodle bar offers 1,000 free portions of spring rolls in opening week

Redditch Editorial 21st Jan, 2022   0

A NEW noodle chain has opened its latest store in Redditch this week, with the chain asking locals in Redditch to click their sticks at store number 67.

Chopstix, the Pan-Asian noodle chain, is located at Unit 27, in the Kingfisher Shopping Centre, the store includes a lush green living wall, timber cladded counter, dreamy star lights and the brand icon anime girl adorned on the wall to greet customers.

Between 19th-26th January the store will be giving away 1,000 free portions of Chopstix’s delicious and crispy rice paper stuffed vegetable spring rolls.

Wok Masters can be seen creating fresh Chopstix dishes, all served from an eye-catching wok station, ready to ‘wok and go’.

Rob Burns, Marketing Director of Chopstix said: “We’re so pleased to be opening the first Chopstix store in the town of Redditch.

“We have such a loyal set of customers in the West Midlands, so we’re thrilled to be able to open a store in the wonderful historical town of Redditch.

Ken Williams, General Manager at Kingfisher said: “The new Chopstix Noodle Bar looks fantastic and I’m sure visitors to Kingfisher will agree.

“The restaurant is a great asset to the centre and we’d encourage guests to come and check it out.”

The customer favourite spring rolls will be free to the first 1,000 who download the free voucher from the Chopstix website, customers will have to be quick as the giveaway is based on a first come, first served basis.

Customers can download the free voucher by following the link –

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