Britain’s biggest restaurant opens in Bristol

BRITAIN'S biggest restaurant threw opened its doors  — serving up to a staggering 2,100 diners a night.
Za Za Bazaar, an all-you-can-eat buffet in Bristol, hopes to dish up more than a TON of rice and nearly 5,000 chickens every week.
The 30,000 sq/ft harbourside eatery can seat more than 1,000 customers at a time, with two sittings per night.
But the 120 staff will have their work cut out — with a whopping 8,000 dirty dishes to wash on a busy Saturday night.
The restaurant is the first of a new nationwide chain of eight Za Za Bazaars, the owners of which hope to create 1,000 new jobs over the next 18 months.
The eatery has been styled to look like the street markets of the Far East, but it serves food from all four corners of the globe.
And a team of 36 chefs and eight porters serve up everything from Chinese, Indian and Tex-Mex to piri piri chicken, pasta, pizza and traditional British food.
There is also salad, sushi and deli sections, an entire stand devoted to desserts, and a bar serving 300 different drinks from five continents.
The project is the brainchild of Nitin Bhatnagar, a renowned international chef who learnt his trade at the famous Taj Mahal restaurant in Mumbai.

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