Delayed Chilli Village restaurant in Northampton is taking bookings for opening night this week

A long-delayed restaurant in a prominent Northamampton building is set to open its doors on Thursday after unveiling its menu online.

Monday, 19th December 2016, 10:41 am
Updated Thursday, 29th December 2016, 3:20 pm
Two years in the pipeline - Chilli Village is finally set to open in Northampton on Thursday.

Chilli Village, situated next to the former St Edmund's Hospital in Wellingborough Road, had been due to open back in 2014.

The project has been hit by delays and recently, owners were told to remove a set fo wooden smoking huts from outside the venue for not having planning permission.

However the restaurant is now taking bookings for opening night on Thursday, December 22.

Sign up to our daily newsletter

The i newsletter cut through the noise

Bosses placed a copy of its menu on the Chilli Village Facebook page on Saturday evening.

The largely Mediterranean food selection features main courses priced between £18 and £28.

The post on Saturday read: "THANK YOU for being patient. This is not exactly as we want it and may add a few dishes by next week and play with the design! But we know you want to see what we're going to be selling! Highly recommend the Octopus and Quail!"

While commenters on the page were surprised at the high pricing strategy, others were excited at the prospect of finally seeing inside the former Fusion buffet site reopen.

One said: "Will need to be pretty damn amazing to justify those prices."

But another wrote: "I think the menu sounds fab, just surprised at the pricing. But, I am prepared to pay for decent food with impeccable service, so will find out next week."

For more information head to the Chilli Village Facebook page: