A brand new restaurant offering the best of Asian cuisine is set to open in Grimsby town center next month.
Occupying a prime spot in the Old Market Square, Harvest Asian Cuisine will give locals a chance to sample Japanese, Thai, Korean and Taiwanese cuisine.
Peter Lo – who moved from Hong Kong to the UK last year – says he is “excited” to open the restaurant with his wife, Ava.
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Peter told Grimsby Live: “I am delighted with the opening. I hope to bring more Asian food choices to Grimsby, particularly Asian street food, which is more suitable for young people.
“I feel like there’s a lot of Chinese takeaway in Grimsby already, so I’d like to offer something a little different. Japanese food will be the biggest part of the menu.”
Items on the menu will include sushi, tempura, ramen and poke bowls – and even bubble tea, a cold drink from Taiwan made with tea, sweetened milk and flavorings, as well as “pearls” of tapioca that are at the bottom.
Peter said the restaurant will seat around 40 people.
It also hopes to provide outdoor seating for customers soon after opening, as well as a delivery service.
The restaurant’s artist impressions show lively, colorful decor and lots of Asian wall art, along with traditional table settings and modern wood floors.
The restaurant is expected to open to the public in February.
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