Momoz Indian street food in Preston expands as it reveals new name

Popular Preston Indian street food vendor Momoz has announced it is expanding and changing its name to go along with it.

As the stand doubles in size, Salman and Masroor decided to rename it Chacha’s. They will move their original unit to the adjacent stall, which is across the aisle from The Orchard bar at the upper end of the market hall.

The MoMo first opened in 2018, as a stall in the new market hall and since then business has soared with the support of the people of Preston. This means the owners have been able to double the size of their store, making way for more delicious and authentic Indian street food with a new and improved menu.

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The new section of the stand will be dedicated to a vegetarian menu, with vegan and gluten-free options. The original stand will now contain a wider range of curries, appetizers and new items such as shawarma wraps.

Adrian Robinson, Acting Director of Client Services, said, “Congratulations to the Salman and Masroor brothers on completing their expansion plans. It’s great to see a merchant able to grow their business and succeed in the Preston Markets MoMoz has been popular with visitors to the Market Hall since it opened in 2018 and I am sure this initiative will see their popularity grow even further.

“It’s thanks to the people of Preston, who continue to support their local market, that hard-working traders like Chacha have an opportunity like this.”

Salman Ahmed and Masroor Ahmad, owners of Chacha’s, said: “We are very excited about the future of Chacha’s within Preston Markets, the new space allows us to offer a greater range of food products, we look forward to see what people think of our new layout. and our new menu.

“We will continue to sell popular samosas, bhajis and curries with vegan and gluten-free options and have now added delicious shawarma wraps to the menu.

“We will be fully open on Friday April 1st, be sure to come see us soon.”

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