Hospitality entrepreneurs all at sea with new Deal Pier Kitchen!
Hospitality entrepreneurs, Rebecca Hodson and Tim Biggs, are all at sea with the opening of their latest venture, Deal Pier Kitchen. The new cafe resturant at the end of Deal Pier was officially opened today (Friday, 4 January) by Cllr Sue Chandler, Chairman of Dover District Council which owns the pier.
Deal Pier Kitchen is open seven days week and brings a fresh, new offer to the pier which has undergone a £500,000 revamp, incuding resurfacing and new seating along its entire 300m length. The cafe restaurant is housed in the Royal Institution of British Architects (RIBA) award-winning building designed by Niall McLaughlin and offers outstanding views out across the English Channel.
Rebecca Hodson and Tim Biggs, were awarded a 20 year lease of the cafe restaurant following a competitive tender by Dover District Council and supported by leisure property specialists, Fleurets.
Tim Biggs, said: "We look forward to welcoming everyone to Deal Pier Kitchen. We've developed an exciting new menu based on local produce and creating a dining experience to make the most of this fantastic location."
Cllr Trevor Bartlett, Dover District Council’s cabinet member for corporate property, said: "We're delighted to welcome Deal Pier Kitchen as part of our £500,000 revamp of Deal Pier. We were impressed with Rebecca and Tim's vision for the cafe restaurant and the fresh new approach that they bring. The pier is very much at the heart of local life in Deal so we know they are going to be very busy!”
Posted on 04/01/2019