New restaurant Noodlee prepares to replace legendary Balti King in Broomhill, Sheffield
Balti King traded for 33 years and built a huge reputation especially among students
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A new restaurant is preparing to replace the legendary Balti King in a Sheffield suburb.
Noodlee is set to open in December a worker told The Star.
The business, between PDSA and Boots, does not appear to have a website yet. But Noodlee Broomhill Ltd was set up June, according to Companies House.
Ren Cheng is director and general manager. Chunyue Chen and Cheng Chen each own shares, giving them ‘significant control’. All three are Chinese nationals with Sheffield addresses.
It closed at the start of February after a tumultuous few years through the Covid-19 pandemic and the cost of living crisis. It pitched owner Tony Hussain into a financial crisis, with him remortgaging his house in an unsuccessful bid to keep the restaurant afloat.