They serve noodles and rice with a range of toppings and sides
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A new noodle bar has landed on Exeter High Street and is due to open soon. It replaces the former Ann Summers store which has now reopened in Princesshay.
Restaurant group Chopstix announced its intention to move into Exeter High Street in a planning application submitted to Exeter City Council back in March this year. A sign has now appeared in the shopfront, confirming that the noodle bar will be up and running soon.
The unit, based just two doors down from the Guildhall Shopping Centre's High Street entrance, was formerly home to lingerie retailer Ann Summers. The shop recently closed but confirmed its move to Eastgate, Princesshay on November 4, replacing the MenKind store.
An opening date for Chopstix has not yet been confirmed but it appears as though it could be soon, with signs in the window saying it is "Opening soon".
With more than 60 stores at locations around the UK, Chopstix already has an established customer base. Noodles are available to be ordered both in store or on delivery via Just Eat, Uber Eats and Deliveroo. Customers select a box size, a type of noodle or rice and a range of topics. Meals can also be paired with sides such as spring rolls or prawn crackers, as well as a drink.
On its website, Chopstix says: "Chopstix is focused on delivering a faster, fresher, tastier alternative to the high street. Wok Master chefs deliver nourishing noodles, Halal certified wholesome chicken and beef, along with perfect prawns, fresh vegetables and superb sauces to make Chopstix the ‘go to guys’ for boxed fresh flavour. You can find us in over 60 locations throughout the UK."
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