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ASK Italian to launch three new sites

26 August 2016 by
ASK Italian to launch three new sites

ASK Italian has announced plans to open three restaurants in Newcastle, London and Milton Keynes.

The restaurants will add to ASK Italian's portfolio of over 110 restaurants around the UK.

Due to open before the end of the year, the sites will be located in Grey's Quarter development in Intu Eldon Square, Newcastle; Bond Street in Chelmsford; and The Centre:MK in Milton Keynes.

ASK Italian's managing director Harry Heeley said: "We're looking forward to bringing the ASK Italian recipe of delicious, classic dishes, warm service and fresh design to even more hungry diners around the UK with these new openings, each in prime retail locations."

Last year, Theo Randall purchased shares in the Azzurri Group, and alongside Carla Capalbo and Adrian Garforth, has been helping ASK Italian to expand its menus and Italian wine list.

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