Blue Mustard buys medieval-style restaurant in Truro

02 February 2006
Blue Mustard buys medieval-style restaurant in Truro

David Graham and Richard Boon, who run two restaurants in St Ives through their Blue Mustard company, have snapped up the Truro Meadery restaurant in Truro, Cornwall.

The restaurant occupies a Grade II-listed converted church in Kenwyn Street.

The business partners plan to reopen in May after a major £500,000 revamp of the property which previous owner John Clown ran in the style of a medieval tavern and banqueting hall complete with stained glass windows, armour, gargoyles and heraldic shields.

Blue Mustard will convert the property into a 30-seat all-day bar with a late licence on the ground floor and a 90-seat restaurant upstairs serving seafood, pasta and pizza made in a wood-burning oven.

The Exeter office of Christie + Co sold the leasehold on the restaurant for close to the £125,950 asking price.

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