Castle Terrace has marked its 6th birthday with a refurbishment. The restaurant, from the Tom kitchin stable, may have lost its Michelin star rating last year, but this hasn’t deterred the entrepreneur, who put the design in the hands of wife, Michaela Kitchin and Stephen Paterson of Burns Design from extending its dining area from 50 to take 70 covers, fitting a new kitchen and a private room which can accommodate 16 guests. The restaurant also now boasts a fashionable ‘Chef’s Table’ and a line drawing mural by artist Nichol Wheatley.
Chef Patron Dominic Jack said,“The new space allows us to continue to push for excellence in the service we provide and also allows me and my team to continue evolving our food.
“The complete restructure of the new kitchen space is an absolute chef’s dream and I can’t wait to start cooking with all my new equipment. We’ve introduced the new chef’s table to allow a select number of guests to see how our kitchen works.”