Fifteen Cornwall to reveal new look in 2013 after major refurb

By Luke Nicholls

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The transformation of Fifteen Cornwall will include a sophisticated new interior featuring an Antipasti Bar
The transformation of Fifteen Cornwall will include a sophisticated new interior featuring an Antipasti Bar
Jamie Oliver’s Fifteen Cornwall has unveiled plans to transform its dining and training experience after investing £400k into revamping the restaurants interior and developing a new kitchen.

Fifteen Cornwall will be part-funding the revamp, with £156k coming from the Business Catalyst Fund, governed by Cornwall Development Company – investing and securing jobs and economic growth within the county.

Matthew Thomson, chief executive of Jamie Oliver’s Fifteen Cornwall and its charity, the Cornwall Foundation of Promise, said: “The restaurant has served breakfast, lunch and dinner seven days a week every week for six years - over 400,000 meals.

“So it's an absolutely massive step for us to close for three weeks, but we know we'll be opening in February with a stunning new interior kitchen that will make the most of our beautiful location and offer new and amazing dining experiences.”

The transformation will also include a new Antipasti Bar and a new menu concept developed by head chef Andy Appleton, along with an enhanced the training experience for the restaurant’s successful apprentice programme.

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