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Brand new takeaway serving traditional Polish food opens in Inverness

By Annabelle Gauntlett

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Pizza baguette opens in Inverness
Pizza baguette opens in Inverness

The owners of the first sushi bar in Inverness, Sushi Inverness, have opened a brand new Polish takeaway called the Pizza Baguette in Grant Street.

Serving traditional Polish street food, with their signature homemade kebabs in original pide bread, this new eatery is bound to be a success with the locals.

Pizza Baguette owner, Aldona, is heavily involved in supporting the Inverness community, and runs a new 'Pending Meal' initiative.

They said: "The idea behind Pending Meal is deceptively simple: pay in advance for a meal so that someone else can eat for free.

"People can pay for their own meal along with a ‘suspended meal’. Those who are poor or hungry could walk in later and ask if there was a pending meal they could eat.

"We're very committed to supporting local community! We know all the community fridges in town, so we hope our pending meals system will bring a lot good to the neighbourhood!"

When talking about the opening of her new eatery, Aldona said: "We're absolutely delighted that it's finally open.

"There a couple of Polish shops in Inverness but no takeways. We're the first ones. We can't wait to open the other business as well, which will require organisational skills."

These budding entrepreneurs are set to open another business also in Grant Street this week.

The Diet Box will be the first diet catering establishment in the Highlands and is aimed to create accessibility for those looking for something a little healthier.

For those who aren't a fan of kebabs shouldn't worry as many alternatives such as pizza baguettes, hot dogs, burgers, fish and chips and more are available on the menu.

The restaurant is officially now open and welcomes the community of Inverness and beyond to try their new cuisine.

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