Maze-trained chef buys Buckinghamshire inn

11 January 2007 by
Maze-trained chef buys Buckinghamshire inn

Chef Daniel Cameron, who was trained by Gordon Ramsay at his Maze restaurant in London, has bought a pub-restaurant in Milton Keynes with his father, Duncan.

Daniel plans to boost the sales of food at the Navigation Inn, which currently accounts for 50% of the business's £440,000 annual turnover.

The Navigation Inn, which is on the Grand Union canal, provides 100 seats across three indoors trading areas and another 100 seats in the canal-side garden.

The Buckinghamshire inn also has the potential to provide letting accommodation.

The Oxford office of Davey & Co sold the leasehold off a guide price of £195,000 on behalf of Harvey Willis, who is planning to buy small hotel.

By Angela Frewin

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