Noodle Box reopens 4 restaurants across Tasmania

Australian-owned quick service restaurant franchise, Noodle Box, is pleased to announce that the business is reopening its doors on all of its Tasmania restaurants, following a brief hiatus.

 The popular Kings Meadows, Mowbray and Devonport restaurants have already reopened under the direct management of Noodle Box, with the Burnie restaurant anticipated to reopen by the 22nd August 2014.

The reopening has seen Noodle Box create 37 employment positions, all of which have been filled. Noodle Box will be investing in the training of staff through the Company’s own award winning tailored training program, Noodle U.

“We are very happy to be reopening in Tasmania,” explained CEO Ian Martin. “It means a great deal to us to be able to provide secure job opportunities and careers as well as business opportunities for local Tasmanians. We are also deeply pleased we can continue to provide our authentic and fresh Asian-style street food to our guests, who have supported us through this brief recent period of uncertainty.”  

Alison Jarman, Job Placement Coordinator of Max Employment, expressed her delight at the return of the franchise to Tasmanian shores.

“I cannot express enough how pleased I am that Noodle Box has reopened and providing employment for local people,” said Alison. “Max Employment has been more than happy to make training venues available to Noodle Box, permitting them to interview and then train up the new team.

“I think Noodle Box has set a great example for Devonport retailers. I hope the community get behind them and all their new team members. It’s great to see retailers supporting the communities in which they operate.”


Staff from the Noodle Box restaurant, Devonport, with Alison Jarman, Max Employment and Ian Martin, CEO Noodle Box