South Shields Indian buffet closed due to impact of coronavirus outbreak
Owners of a South Shields Indian restaurant has announce it has closed its doors for the last time due to the impact the coronavirus outbreak has had on the business.
Aneesa’s Buffet has closed and its owners have thanked their customers for their support over the last 10 years.
Announcing the sad news, owners of the New George Street restaurant say their Newcastle eatery will remain open and they are looking forward to taking on ‘new and exiting’ projects.
The coronavirus outbreak has had a huge impact on businesses with restaurants closing for almost three months due to lockdown restrictions.
The Government is running the Eat Out to Help Out scheme which offers 50% off the price of meal up to £10 every Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday in August.
Posting on Facebook, Aneesa’s Buffet said: “Like many others, the unprecedented events of 2020 have had a major impact on our business and have forced us to reevaluate our future prospects.
“It is therefore with sadness we announce that Aneesas Buffet South Shields is now closed, to allow us to concentrate on other new and exciting projects.
"However our loyal fans will be pleased to know you can still enjoy our famous buffet and renowned dishes at Aneesas Newcastle which will be re-opening their new buffet experience as of tomorrow, Friday 21st August.
"We would like to take this opportunity to thank our loyal customers for all the support we have received over the last 10 years at Aneesas South Shields. We hope to bring you news of our new ventures in the future.”