Glasgow restaurant Hanoi Bike Shop to temporarily close due to staff shortages

By Christina O'Neill

The Hanoi Bike Shop is to shut until next month.

Bosses at the west end restaurant explained the temporary closure is down to staff shortages and that they fear their small team will be pushed to "breaking point" if they continue service.

They are set to reopen on October 7 following an upgrade of the venue. Their dishes will be available at Stravaigin in Gibson Street.

The announcement reads: "We appreciate that through all the lockdowns, temporary closures and restricted menus, you’ve stuck by us.

"We’ll be back pho sure, but for now, the truth of it is, we just don’t have enough staff to be able to do our thing. We always want to provide you with the best possible service every time you step through our doors, but we don’t want to push our incredible team to breaking point.

"So, the good news? Well, it’s only one month and for that whole time you will still be able to get a few of our cracking dishes over at Stravaigin.

"Thanks to everyone for your support, we’ll miss you. We’ll be back better than ever on October 7."

Follow the Hanoi Bike Shop on Facebook and Instagram for more updates.

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