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Now the eaterie had to close yesterday while their kitchen was re-stocked.
Glyn Purnell, here |helping in a cookery class at St Annes Catholic School in Chelmsley Wood, is being lined up to take over anew eaterie at Harvey Nichols at the Mailbox
More than 7,000 people have "liked" the eaterie on Facebook ahead of it opening to the public at 11.
The new bar and eateries forms part of the redevelopment of the former Southampton Hotel and Traders bar site.
According to the owner of the eaterie, the 'Umbrella' singer was brilliant.
He paid a heavy price after wooing his girlfriend at top London eateries, then leaving without paying.
In addition to the eaterie and bar itself there is a small kitchen area.
A NEW delicatessen, modelled on London's finest eateries, will open this month in Newtown.
Digby Trout Restaurants are behind this eaterie at the British Museum.
Its Facebook page describes Koo-Chi as "a unique and contemporary pan-Asian bar and eaterie coming to Middlesbrough April 2014".
RESTAURATEURS Gary and Colin Manning are opening a fourth eaterie in the city's Hope Street area next year.
The eaterie, nicknamed the Happy Zeta by British ex-pats living nearby, is a stone's throw from the couple's luxury villa on the Spanish holiday island.
For the newly opened Middlesbrough eaterie is already proving a hit, just four weeks after opening its doors.
There will also be a taste of the Far East at the Brindleyplace eaterie Thai Edge - offering a mixed starter, pad Thai and mussaman gai, sliced chicken breast served in a slightly sweet coconut milk based sauce containing peanuts, onion and potatoes.
The fire destroyed stalls, including eateries, barber shops and groceries.