New look restaurant for local jeweller
Berridges are continuing to invest in their business. After the major refurbishment to their Dial Lane shop a few years ago, they have just completed a major refurbishment of their first floor restaurant, which now boasts a brand new look.
Christopher Hardman, co-owner commented: “Berridges is synonymous for its reputation, quality and exclusivity of its jewellery, as well as exceptional customer service, therefore creating the right atmosphere for our clients is really important. With this in mind we made the decision to embark upon a complete refurbishment of our first floor restaurant. A great deal of thought went into how we could improve the restaurant. It now has a brighter, fresher and more spacious feel to it and will provide improved comfort for our guests. Angela, my wife and co-owner, sourced beautiful fabrics and wallpapers from Nelson Design a fellow local independent business, new tables and chairs, carpets and a centre piece chandelier complete the look, creating a sophisticated interior suited to the needs of today’s customers. The refurbishment of the premises also signifies our commitment to the town and its future growth.”
“The restaurant has been a firm favourite with people in the town for many years” continued Christopher, “Managed by Louise Norman, who has real flair and passion for seasonal ingredients and good home cooking. This is reflected in the array of dishes found on the menu and daily specials board, which earn her many a compliment from contented customers each week.”
The restaurant is open every day from 9.30am to 4.30 Monday to Saturday, serving a delicious range of home-cooked food, including daily specials and home made cakes and deserts.