Chippie to add spice to menu

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Tandoori mixed grill and fresh naan bread have joined the menu at a popular fish and chip shop in Kettering.

The new owners of Brambleside Fish and Chips, in Brambleside, are bringing their own touch to the takeaway.

As well as changing the name to Rockyz Fish and Chips, Mohammed Hussain and Rocky Hussain want to combine traditional English food with a touch of Indian cuisine.

The brothers are part of family who run an Indian restaurant in Corby called Royal Tandoori.

The restaurant has been established for 30 years.

Since taking on the takeaway shop, the pair have redecorated the store and made changes to the menu.

They celebrated the opening with the mayor of Kettering Margaret Talbot last Wednesday.

Mohammed said: “Since I’ve started at the shop we are now bringing fresh fish from Grimsby and we’re now using the country’s number one cooking oil to cook the chips.

“As well as the fish and chips, we’ve also introduced tandoori mixed grill and naan bread made on site – we think people will enjoy it.”