Bondi Bowls to Open in Manchester’s Kampus Neighbourhood
The Kampus suburb of Manchester and the Gay Village, is set to get a taste of Australia. Bondi Bowls, a Manchester-based start-up inspired by Australia's sun-kissed beaches, has revealed plans to establish a permanent location in the garden district this summer.
Bondi Bowls' tale is one of passion and perseverance. After spending years in Sydney, Australia, founder Jamie Tones came to the UK with a vision. During the epidemic, the business began as a delivery-only service from his house, and it quickly grew in popularity, leading to successful spells at Hatch and Escape to Freight Island.
The new Kampus store, designed by No Chintz, will mirror the laid-back Australian feel. It will be a modern location where guests can sit with a coffee, eat plant-based meals, or get a quick bite with the option of adding non-vegan extras.
For Jamie, a 30-year-old chef with global culinary experience, this store is the realisation of a long-held dream. He shared, "Australia excels in offering vibrant and healthy fast food. We aim to bring that essence from Bondi Beach to Manchester's heart at Kampus. Our menu is primarily plant-based, but we provide options to cater to everyone."
Bondi Bowls promises an all-day brunch buffet inspired by Indian, Mexican, and Australasian cuisines.
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Published: 29-Aug-2023: (7212)