Indian street food chain Rola Wala to open first Manchester branch by giving free lunch to everyone
The Leeds-born brand is famous for its epic naan rolls and rice bowls which customers build themselves.
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A hugely-popular Indian street food chain is landing in Manchester - and dishing out free lunch to everyone.
Rola Wala, the Leeds-born brand famous for its epic naan rolls and rice bowls, opens on Deansgate on Thursday.
Situated in the old Players spot next to KFC, they are opening in style by giving out free grub to anyone who queues up on their first day of business. Between 12pm and 3pm if you get in line for some of their popular scran, then you’ll be fed free of charge.
There’s also a chance to get a free Black Card, securing free naan rolls for the whole year, if you’re one of the first five people in the queue. The Deansgate branch will be open late on Friday and Saturdays until 3am with their cult grub also available through Deliveroo.
Inspired by street food flavours discovered on Kolkata backstreets, Bombay beaches and Keralan waterways, Rola Wala serves Indian food with a vibrant and healthy twist.
Founded by Mark Wright, the Aussie first tested his brand on hungry passers-by in London, before launching a pop-up in Trinity Kitchen in Leeds. Demand went through the roof and he was soon invited to open Rola Wala's first permanent home.
Now he’s heading for Manchester and customers can build their own naan rolls or rice bowls - with several fillings on offer, including the best-selling chicken tikka and the vegan red channa dal.