The owners of a new Stevenage-based all-you-can-eat dining concept have declared their ambitions to turn their brand into a national chain.
Salt & Good has been described as a more modern approach to the buffet experience, serving food that’s cooked hot, fast and fresh, and brought to the table as individual portions.
The owners’ vision is to bring the hustle, bustle, sights, sounds and flavours from food markets and street food vendors from across the globe under one roof.
“We chose Stevenage as our flagship restaurant as we wanted to bring a whole new dining experience to a town that hasn’t seen it before,” co-founder Danny Punia told the Stevenage Comet.
“Stevenage is undergoing a lot of growth and redevelopment at the moment and we felt that it was the right time to add some additional excitement to what the town currently has on offer. We’re excited to be starting this new venture in Stevenage and early signs indicate that we made the right choice by making it our first Salt & Good restaurant. “
Punia said the chain is eager to push on and expand into more towns and cities as soon as possible. “Our aim is for Salt & Good to become a UK-wide chain of restaurants offering world-class flavours from countries and cultures from around the globe,” he said.