Heaven’s Kitchen is sold
Published at 15:42, Wednesday, 21 July 2010
HEAVEN’S Kitchen, the Lowther Street restaurant in Whitehaven that has been running for two years, has been sold.
It will now be known as Caspian but run separately to the Caspian eaterie at Derwent Howe, Workington. The new owner is the brother of the owner of Workington Caspian.
Heaven’s Kitchen’s Reza Moghadam said he had sold the business two weeks ago. Recent planning approval to re-locate the kitchen area from upstairs to a new single-storey extension at the rear of the town centre premises had been an important factor, he said.
Mr Moghadam, who has left the county, said there had been some difficult trading times for him in Whitehaven, compounded by the recession.
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