New restaurant Rashays has served up 50 local jobs as it prepares to open its doors to the community on Tuesday.
The restaurant’s menu caters to everyone, with a huge selection of favourites including pizza, pasta, burgers, salads and a range of desserts.
Rashays Queensland Operations Manager Tiana Pennington said the opportunity to open a restaurant in the region came about after the business was looking to expand its horizons.
“Rashays does not stop in one destination, and one day we expect to be across the country,” Tiana said.
“The Bundaberg community can definitely expect fast and friendly service in a warm and welcoming atmosphere with delicious, modern Aussie favourites.
“We are excited to be opening in Bundaberg and are really looking forward to meeting and serving our new community.”
Tiana said the restaurant was family orientated, with each store across the country providing the same high-quality service.
“Rashays prides themselves on being a family orientated restaurant by always making the families comfortable when eating out with their children as we all know how challenging this can be at times,” she said.
“Something that is different about Rashays is that no matter what store you go to across the nation, everything should always be the same.
“From the fun party atmosphere to the delicious food and how it is put onto the plate and served, everything about Rashays should be uniform across the board.
“If you don’t come and try Rashays, you will be missing out!”
The restaurant has provided jobs for 50 locals, with the opportunity for more to become available as time goes on.
“As it stands, Rashays has hired around 50 people for the Bundaberg store,” she said.
“We are an inclusive company, where no one is left out and everyone has opportunity.
“With growth, we anticipate we can give many more people opportunities to work within the Rashays community.”
You can find the restaurant next to Zaraffas, off Takalvan Street.
The full menu is available on the Rashays website here.
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