Oodles set to open first Sheffield branch

Nationwide noodle chain Oodles brings its Indo-Chinese flavours to Sheffield’s London Road on 8 July.

The new restaurant will be based in 217-219 London Road, the former home of Orchard Thai, and for the launch they will be offering 50 per cent off their set menu from 3pm – 9m.


An Oodles spokesperson said: “Historically our launches prove to be very popular with local residents, keen to get the first taste of our dishes at a discounted rate and meet our famous stilt walking mascot.

“Customers are advised to prepare for changes in weather and the prospect of queuing due to popularity. We’re really excited to be opening in Sheffield.”


Oodles already have numerous branches across the country and are rapidly becoming the fastest-growing Indo-Chinese franchise in the UK.

The family business was initially established in Leicester, spearheaded by Mohammed and Ismail; two brothers who spotted a gap in the market in 2010 for freshly cooked Indo-Chinese food.

With a focal point on open live kitchens and a relaxed atmosphere, the Oodles brand today has become synonymous with providing freshly cooked Indo-Chinese food across the country.


Over the past decade, Oodles have gone from strength to strength and have now reached 31 branches across the UK, including; London, Birmingham, Manchester, and many more cities with a demand for Halal Indo-Chinese food.

Oodles Sheffield will be certified by the Halal Monitoring Committee (HMC).

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