A POPULAR vegan eatery revealed it will be opening a diner in Worcester.
No Frickin Chicken, founded by Worcester couple Michelin star chef Paddy Kelly and Hana Hughes, revealed it would soon be opening a diner in the city.
The fast-food restaurant has started advertising job roles for the diner and has teased the opening on Facebook.
The Worcester couple used to have a pop-up van in Angel Place, but they have been busy touring the country in their van for the past few months.
Two years into the business, No Frickin Chicken has been catering at Reading Festival, Glastonbury Festival alongside Download and Green Man.
On Facebook, a spokesperson from No Frickin Chicken said: "Amazing news.
"We are hiring because soon we will be opening our very own diner and takeaway in Worcester!
"Location to be revealed soon...
"We are looking for a chef who will work in our Vegan Kitchen, making yummy NFC food, prepping, and working at festivals and markets in the van.
"We are also looking for two Front of Van/House members to join the team.
"Taking orders, serving food, helping out chefs when needed, and joining us at festivals and markets in the van.
"If you would like to join the team and be part of this amazing team and our new adventures, please drop us a message here, and we will then let you know the next steps."
Last year, the No Frickin Chicken team served Game of Thrones star Iwan Rohen at Green Man Festival in Wales.