Naunit’s Gujarati Street Eats
Originating from the western state of Gujarat in India, Naunit’s Gujarati Street Eats specialise in vegetarian and vegan dishes. Their menu includes aubergine and potato curry, spicy salad, channa chatt (chickpea), lentil dhall and spicy rice. Specialities also include their street food range of Potato vada, kachori, onion bhaji, sweetcorn pakoras and samosas as well as side salads and sauces. Eat in or take away, the choice is yours. They even serve breakfast! Based in Manchester, Naunit’s Gujarati Street Eats started out as a mobile catering business just six months ago. In that time, they have catered to various festivals including the Birmingham Food Festival, Llandudno Festival of Steam, Belper Steam and Smallwood Steam Rally to name but a few. They can cater for your next party or special occasion! Make sure to check out their Facebook page, ‘Naunit’s Gujerati Street Eats ‘ for more information.
Terry’s (Brierley’s Jewellers)
Naunit’s Gujarati Street Eats is located at 12 Margaret Block (behind Coopers Fabrics) on Bury Open Marketand is open 9am – 4.30pm every Wednesday and Friday, and 9am – 5pm on Saturday
With over 50 years trading as a working jeweller (repairs), Steven, Susan and Joanne have decided to expand their business and purchased Terry’s Jewellers in Bury Market Hall. They have a wide variety of rings, earrings, chains, bracelets, charms and pendants for sale in silver and 9ct and 18ct gold. They also sell body piercing jewellery including items for the navel, nose and tongue. The famous Manchester bee jewellery is always in stock. Make sure you head down to Terry’s (Brierley’s Jewellers) next time you’re at Bury Market where you’re guaranteed a warm welcome and professional service at affordable prices.
Terry’s (Brierley’s Jewellers) is located at Stall 46, BuryMarket Hall and is open 9am – 5pm Monday to Saturday