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Surrey restaurateurs buy Petersfield venue

25 January 2008 by
Surrey restaurateurs buy Petersfield venue

Surrey restaurateur Bekim Shillova and his brother have bought the Kitchen restaurant in the Hampshire market town of Petersfield.

The 55-seat restaurant occupies the ground floor and basement of a Grade II-listed medieval property at 2 The Square.

Built in 1534 and once used as a commercial bakery called the Donkey Cart, the property is one of oldest timber-framed hearth-passage houses in the county.

The Shillovas own the La Escondida Mediterranean restaurant in Walton-on-Thames, Surrey, and plan to convert the Petersfield venue into another Mediterranean venue.

The Winchester office of Christie + Co sold a brand new lease on the restaurant off a guide price of £100,000.

The previous owners are retaining the freehold on the restaurant, but are seeking to sell the leasehold on the Spice Lounge, a 100-seat restaurant with owners' accommodation on the first floor above, for around £130,000.

By Angela Frewin

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