Double deal on Exeter restaurants

11 January 2007 by
Double deal on Exeter restaurants

He has relaunched Thirty 8, a popular wine bar in the Southernhay area, as a chic 100-seat wine bar and restaurant called Rendezvous 10 which offers more than 100 wines and champagnes from around the world.

The sale included a converted chapel and garden that Rozario has transformed from a sandwich bar into a delicatessen called Chapel Deli.

Stonesmith sold the leasehold off a guide price of £155,000 on behalf of BSB Enterprises.

Under Rozario's ownership, Havana (now Havana 10) in the Quayside district has become a 200-seat, first-floor café bar with another 40 seats outside and a bar/function room for around 80 guests.

Stonesmith sold the property in an off-market deal for local restaurateur Edmond Davari, who still owns Cohiba and Al Farid in Exeter and other operations outside the city.

Exeter, Quayside
Exeter, Quayside

Havana 10

By Angela Frewin

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