Glasgow restaurateur snaps up the Cook's Room

01 December 2005
Glasgow restaurateur snaps up the Cook's Room

Glasgow restaurateur Costanzo Cacace has bought the Cook's Room, a city centre restaurant that was founded by TV chef Nick Nairn and then sold to Tom and Helen Battersby.

The property is located in the Park office and residential area of Glasgow. It can seat 35 diners in the main restaurant and another 20 in the private dining room.

Cacace, who already owns the Caprese's Italian restaurant in Glasgow, intends to reopen the Cook's Room in the New Year under the name Costanzo's

Keith McBain of property agent Creevy LLH said the restaurant had received a number of offers that surpassed the asking price. The freehold sold for a sum "substantially in excess" of the £250,000 guide price.

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