Former Artisan building in Crosspool to become Indian restaurant

Work has started on doing up the former Artisan building in Crosspool

Work has started on doing up the former Artisan building in Crosspool

A new curry house is to open in the former Artisan restaurant on Sandygate Road.

Work is currently being undertaken on the building. We don’t know yet of the planned opening date but the work should take around 3 weeks.

Ali the owner lives in Bradford and intends to employ a manager to run his new Crosspool restaurant.

Over the years the restaurant in that location has been known as Thyme, Smith’s and most recently Artisan, which closed in January. The upstairs area was also reinvented under different themes including fish restaurant Catch and budget eatery Canteen.

Older residents may remember the building operating as an Indian restaurant before chef and entrepreneur Richard Smith took it on.

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2 Responses to Former Artisan building in Crosspool to become Indian restaurant

  1. Shelley Lunn says:

    Even older Crosspool residents remember this building when it was the old Co op grocers and butchers shop. That was of course when Crosspool was known as a surburb and not a “village”

  2. Cazza Hanson says:

    Good, it needs a decent indian round here

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