Fine dining on offer at Rugby's masts site

The first step in the new story of the masts site throws open its doors today, Saturday.

Saturday, 18th March 2017, 10:20 am
Updated Friday, 24th March 2017, 9:47 am
The Tuning Fork Supper Club got a sneak preview. NNL-170314-180641001

The Tuning Fork eatery is open to all, offering a striking new place to go to eat or for a coffee.

It is part of the revamped Dollman Farm complex and will start to get the message out that Houlton, the name for the development, is truly on its way.

It will be open seven days a week, Monday-Friday from 7.30am-4pm, Saturday from 9.30am-4pm and Sunday from 10am-4pm.

Elaine Enticott, owner of Chef’s Kitchen at Hillmorton which is running it, said: “We have worked together with Urban&Civic to create a unique eatery in what will eventually be a new and beautiful place to live.

“The building has been custom-made and individually designed for us and we have strived to create a very individual place to and eat and drink.

“Our menus are individually created and cooked by James, our head chef, and we can assure you our service will be second to none.”

The Advertiser was invited to a Supper Club preview evening last Thursday.

Content editor Richard Howarth said: “We’ve got some great eating places in the area and this looks to be another one to add to that list. It was good to know a local company was running the show.”