New choice for pizza lovers

Pizzas, salads, pasta, wings, salads, cookies – Pizza Hut will open next door to the Hideaway Liquor Store on Lakeshore Drive

Pizzas, salads, pasta, wings, salads, cookies – Pizza Hut will open next door to the Hideaway Liquor Store on Lakeshore Drive on (or about) Wednesday, Nov. 25.

Owners Nav and Iqbal Samra have 12 years of experience in the food industry and own two Subway stores in Quesnel. While Pizza Hut has historically operated dine-in restaurants, it has switched to a take-out format. But Nav says there will be room for five or six people to sit down and special prices on lunch combos.

“I am still waiting for the menus – they have added so many new things,” he says.

Anyone interested in working at the new Pizza Hut is invited to send their resumes to


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