UK: Birmingham Airport opens Asian street food concept Deli Hub

Birmingham Airport has added to its food & beverage offer with the opening of Deli Hub, an outlet serving Asian street food.

Deli Hub, an extension of well-established Birmingham based Kababish restaurants, boasts a Halal menu and sub-continent street food classics such as pakoras and samosas. Passengers can also create their own deli naan wraps with a wide range of fillings to choose from.

Birmingham Airport Commercial Director Martyn Lloyd said: “We’re pleased to welcome Deli Hub to Birmingham Airport, which I’m sure will prove to be tremendously popular with our passengers, especially for those who like their food a little bit spicy.

“We hope the Asian inspired decor and authentic street food menu will create an exciting atmosphere inside the terminal. The great tasting food will speak for itself.”

Birmingham Airport CEO Paul Kehoe (left) and Deli Hub Managing Director Sydd Sadiq salute the new opening | Image credit: The Moodie Report

Birmingham Airport CEO Paul Kehoe (left) and Deli Hub Managing Director Sydd Sadiq salute the new opening | Image credit: The Moodie Report

Kababish Managing Director Sydd Sadiq commented: “Deli Hub is a new and exciting concept for us, featuring some of the dishes and ingredients that have become so popular at our Kababish restaurants in Moseley and Sutton Coldfield. We’re delighted about this latest venture with Birmingham Airport and we have every confidence Deli Hub will be a big success here.”

Deli Hub is located inside the terminal and is open seven days a week between 10am and 10pm.

For more information, please visit www.delihub.co.uk.

*This article was published by The Moodie Report on 12 December 2013. Read the original article here.

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