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6y, 3m agoPosted 6 years, 3 months ago
My friends uncle has just bought a pub and is changing it to an indian / english resurant and wants to change the name of the pub to something more resturanty. Were struggling to come up with any ideas so thought id ask you guys for some help with the name.

Any suggestion please leave below, thanks in advance!
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6y, 3m agoPosted 6 years, 3 months ago
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banned 1 Like #1
Inglish
#2
Roast Curry
#3
how about "the empire strikes back"??(the british empire-see what I did there?)

gets coat-leaves
#4
The nags jalfrezi
#5
what was the old name?
#6
korma chameleon
#7
the sedge
what was the old name?
the white hart
1 Like #8
The red lion but with a new logo:

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v254/mooshooes/lion.jpg
#9
What about The Viceroy
#10
lol some good ones coming out! will suggest them all to him but not sure hes going to go for the new logo ctuk. :p
#11
hart of india
#12
nkje02
lol some good ones coming out! will suggest them all to him but not sure hes going to go for the new logo ctuk. :p


If he chooses mine I'd like a free meal for 1 ;)
#13
Just add bar and restaurant to the original name.

I assume they want to have regular customers who are there to drink as well? If they don't aim for that then they are silly as regular customers would be in every night of the week on way home from work etc where as a restaurant they won't get that. If you change the name too much it can make regular customers feel alienated and can also put people off nipping in for a quick bite. (my parents were in the pub industry when I was growing up)
#14
Namaste

wiki
#15
Shellywelly
Just add bar and restaurant to the original name.

I assume they want to have regular customers who are there to drink as well? If they don't aim for that then they are silly as regular customers would be in every night of the week on way home from work etc where as a restaurant they won't get that. If you change the name too much it can make regular customers feel alienated and can also put people off nipping in for a quick bite. (my parents were in the pub industry when I was growing up)
the people who had it before didnt give it a very good name, alot of complaints about the food etc.. so looking for a new name :)
#16
choc1969
nkje02
lol some good ones coming out! will suggest them all to him but not sure hes going to go for the new logo ctuk. :p


If he chooses mine I'd like a free meal for 1 ;)
i guess it could be arranged! :p
banned#17
Best pub name around here is 'The Black Boy'

I've never been in the black boy though.
#18
vibeone
Best pub name around here is 'The Black Boy'

I've never been in the black boy though.


not what I've heard (_;)
#19
leemole101
hart of india
snap or indian heart, or white heart of India

Edited By: the sedge on Sep 04, 2010 13:11: spelling
#20
The Ruby Hart?
#21
"I've Got IBS, Get Me Out Of Here!!!"
#22
Queen of spice bar & restaurant...
1 Like #23
The Jewel In The Crown..........
Works as a pub and resturant
#24
"The Dog Inn"

:)
#25
Masala Queen lol
#26
for resturanty type names, how about Cafe Spice or Cafe Blue Cobra
#27
Disco
for resturanty type names, how about Cafe Spice or Cafe Blue Cobra

There is a Hell of a difference between a restaurant and a cafe.
#28
It aint half hot mum
#29
Jumpingphil
Disco
for resturanty type names, how about Cafe Spice or Cafe Blue Cobra


There is a Hell of a difference between a restaurant and a cafe.


but they aint cafes mate....
http://www.cafespice-restaurant.co.uk/
http://www.cafe-blue-cobra.co.uk/index.html (been updated soon)
#30
INDiSPiCE
#31
what was the pub called before and what type of Indian food will be served?
#32
Tipsy Tikka's

Pubjabi's

Sambar's (South India dish)

Sam Bar's




nkje02...... What part of the uk is the restaurant located?


Edited By: Ascot on Sep 04, 2010 17:03: added text
#33
boothy
It aint half hot mum
hah that's what I was going to suggest!

The Chicken and Duck?
The Lamb ( tandoori)?

seriously - The Lord Ganesh
#34
There's one I went to one called 'Passage to India'...I now call it 'Back passage to India' it was so bad.

I like Jewel In The Crown suggestion, you could call the pub side of things The Crown and the restaurant side of things The Jewel...in The Crown.
#35
sickly sweet
There's one I went to one called 'Passage to India'...I now call it 'Back passage to India' it was so bad.

I like Jewel In The Crown suggestion, you could call the pub side of things The Crown and the restaurant side of things The Jewel...in The Crown.


There's an Indians in Gateshead called the Jewel in the Crown. They're very highly rated so it does them ok ;)
banned#36
The Packet Inn
1 Like #37
The Tea and Tandoori.

Then you can open at lunch selling a fine selection of teas and sandwiches as not that many people want curry dishes at lunch time. :)
#38
hi try this one!

FOOD FROM THE HART
#39
Try looking into the history of the building? See what it previously has been and think of a name then, something nostalgic.

As a wine bar local to mine has just opened called The Old Bank which about 15years or so ago was a old Lloyds TSB bank.

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