Vegetarian restaurant Terre à Terre to reopen next month

25 January 2013 by
Vegetarian restaurant Terre à Terre to reopen next month

Vegetarian restaurant Terre à Terre in Brighton is set to reopen next month after a four-month closure following a fire.

The restaurant was forced to close after an accidental fire broke out and gutted its kitchen last October. It has now undergone a complete kitchen refurbishment and will reopen on 4 February.

Owners Amanda Powley and Philip Taylor said: "After 20 years in business it was devastating to find ourselves having to rebuild the kitchen and our business after the fire. But we have managed to turn it around, improving our facilities and bringing the team together resulting in a common vision of a bright future, in truth it has made us realise how lucky we are.

"We feel honoured to have retained our full team and are tremendously grateful to them for staying with us and to all our customers and regulars who have been remarkably supportive and joined us on this journey - we look forward to lots of feasting fun over 2013."

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