January 20, 2020


The massively popular and Award Winning Rikshaw Urban Indian Kitchen from Sherwood is about to expand into Nottingham City Centre to open their second restaurant and takeaway.  FHP, having let their original unit in Sherwood, have now concluded the second letting to Rikshaw Kitchen, with a third to be revealed later this year.

The property was formerly occupied by Peppers, who vacated in 2019 and with a change of use to A3, now approved by Nottingham City Council, the premises are due to open around Easter time.  Shani from Rikshaw Kitchen commented as follows:-

We are delighted to have secured this beautiful property in the heart of Trinity Square, opposite The Cornerhouse in Nottingham city centre.  Thanks to Jack Shakespeare at FHP who helped us secure the location.

We are now ready to bring our award winning food to the city centre.

Our menu will be hugely exciting and innovative, be prepared to tuck into our tasty authentic street food and see the magic happening fresh off the live grill.  Freshly made salad bowls, Toasted Bombay sandwiches, Famous Dum Biryani and Homestyle Curries inspired by the Tuk-Tuk drivers in Delhi and Mumbai

Our Rikshaw Chapati Roll’s will be great for on the go. A wide range of fresh drinks and our famous mango lassi will be on tap.  We will be twisting the current menu and creating even more street food dishes that will reinvent Indian cuisine.

We will offer seating for up to 100 customers split over 2 floor levels and be open all day every day. You will be able to eat in or grab your lunch on the go, even book a table for a birthday or party!”

Jack Shakespeare from FHP’s Retail & Leisure Team commented as follows:-

“The changing face of the High Street is apparent everywhere and we continue to see entrepreneurial individuals taking opportunities to grow existing and new businesses.

Rikshaw Kitchen is serving some of the best Indian food around, it is great to see that they have continued to refine and develop their concept and expand into the City Centre. 

This is more positive news for the city and a fantastic result for our Landlord client where our strategic advice ultimately allowed us to appeal to a broader range of occupiers and drive rental income significantly.” 


For further information, please contact Jack Shakespeare at FHP on jack@fhp.co.uk.


17 January 2020

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