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Holy Moly Macaroni debuts in Grand Central

Soul-food restaurant Holy Macaroni is making its debut in Grand Central shopping centre in Birmingham.

The restaurant is taking 1,750 sq ft of space within the Hammerson-operated Bullring Estate joining Comptoir Libanais and Mowgli.

The restaurant claims to be influenced by Harlem in New York and has been designed by Newman Guage with industrial décor including neon lights and graffiti wall art.

Diners will be offered soul food classics including mac ‘n’ cheese, chicken and waffles and Cajun-rubbed chicken, rice and beans.

“It’s been a real journey to help launch Holy Moly Macaroni in Birmingham. In under a year, Holy Moly Macaroni has gone from dishing up proper mac at Digbeth Dining Club, to opening our very first soul food kitchen in Grand Central,” says John Burke at Holy Moly Macaroni. “Mac and cheese is real soul food; it helps to bring friends and family together in a unique enjoyable experience, and that’s what Holy Moly Macaroni is all about.”

Sarah Fox, head of restaurants & leisure at Hammerson adds: “We’re thrilled that Holy Moly Macaroni chose Grand Central to launch its debut restaurant concept. Holy Moly Macaroni’s new opening adds to the diverse food and beverage offering at the destination, bringing an exciting and unique menu for visitors to try.”

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