‘£1million’ Emojies burger bar finally opens in Dewsbury todayHALAL STATUS Fully Halal
We want it to be on a par with the kind of sit-down restaurant experience you would find in Leeds, Manchester or London.
A huge burger restaurant in West Yorkshire that’s reportedly cost a million pounds will finally be opening five years after being purchased.
Having taken over the iconic building of Bailey’s Café, Emojies will be launching later today at 5pm in the Market Place in Dewsbury.
After being bought by Dewsbury businessman Imran Ahmed back in 2016, the 160-cover burger bar, that’s set across two floors, has had a complete makeover with an industrial theme.
Dewsbury-born Imran has reportedly said: “It really has the wow factor when you go inside. We want it to be on a par with the kind of sit-down restaurant experience you would find in Leeds, Manchester or London.”
With light-up tables, two huge video walls and a feature may blossom tree, the eatery’s menu revolves around burgers and grilled chicken with plenty of desserts, smoothies and shakes.
Alongside a range of chicken choices, there’s 16 burgers to choose from including beef, chicken, fish, and non-meat, with the two to look out for undoubtedly being their Wagyu Burgers: The Hulk and The Black Glove.
With plenty of Siganture Shakes, Smoothies, and Mocktails to keep you occupied, their freshly made Fully Loaded Waffies, Churros, and Ice Cream Sundaes means there’s plenty of choice for everyone.
9 Market Pl, Dewsbury WF13 1AE.
Opening Hours: Sun-Thur 23:00-23:00 | Fri-Sat 23:00-00:00