Norwich restaurants House of Tiago and Mr Postles’ Apothecary saved after buyer found

House of Tiago in Tombland. Picture: D Faulkner

House of Tiago in Tombland. Picture: D Faulkner - Credit: Archant

Two Norwich restaurants have been saved after administrators were able to find a buyer for them.

Mr Postles' Apothecary in Upper King Street. Picture: D Faulkner

Mr Postles' Apothecary in Upper King Street. Picture: D Faulkner - Credit: Archant

Tombland venues House of Tiago, a Brazilian rodizio restaurant, and food and wine bar Mr Postles' Apothecary have been bought by Access Commercial Investors Limited 2 after insolvency firm Wilson Field was called in last month.

The sites have undergone changes in recent years with House of Tiago taking over from restaurant Farmer Brown's while Mr Postles' switched from restaurant Beluga which previously occupied the Upper King Street site.

Farmer Brown's Lease and Beluga Lease, which owned the two sites respectively ran into financial problems and insolvency specialists Kelly Burton and Lisa Hogg were appointed as joint administrators on November 11.

Both restaurants have continued to trade after being bought by Access Commercial Investors.

Former House of Tiago owner Paul Gourlay was fined £19,500 in May this year after hygiene officers found a series of breaches in 2015.


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