Born out of London with its flagship store at the London Eye, Neds Noodle Bar began its franchising journey in May 2019, with exciting development news to be announced in the New Year.
There are currently five Neds Noodle Bar stores across the UK: on the South Bank, and in Shoreditch, Basildon, Oxford and Southampton. The Southampton store became a franchise in May 2019 with more news to be announced soon.
Neds Noodle Bar is a quick-service restaurant brand, serving fresh Asian noodles and rice dishes in the original, iconic American-style takeout box. Dine in, takeout and delivery, Neds cooks all its food in front of the customer with an open-plan kitchen, using fresh produce, with no MSG or GM ingredients.
To complement the noodle dishes, Neds serve a variety of starters, fresh Asian salads and steamed buns, along with organic drinks, beers and wines. It offers gluten-free options, has a loyal vegan following and is a sustainable company.
Nominated at the Golden Chopstick Awards for ‘Best Noodles in the UK’ and described as the ‘Hottest Franchise of the Moment’, Neds Noodle Bar consistently outperforms its competition.
Neds has five profitable, busy restaurants. The business model is 50 per cent dine in, 25 per cent takeaway and 25 per cent delivery.
Neds Noodle Bar is one of the quickest operators on Deliveroo and Uber Eats; dishes can be prepared and on the doorstep within 15 minutes of ordering. It creates its own-recipe secret sauces with ingredients imported directly from Thailand, giving each dish a superior taste to competitors.
The Neds Noodle Box is the original iconic box from the US as seen in the movies. Popular with customers, the box is lined to keep all food hot and fresh for at least an hour, making Neds so successful on delivery.
Areas for development include London – specifically Canary Wharf, East India Docks, Camden Town, Covent Garden, Elephant and Castle, Battersea, Tottenham Court Road, New Oxford Street, King’s Cross, Portobello Road and Ladbroke Grove – UK (South) locations, train stations and airports.
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Published: 31 January 2020
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