The Rare Cow Relaunches all restaurants after takeover with £1/3m Investment

Industry: Restaurant/Hospitality

The Rare Cow chain of steak restaurants is relaunching on Monday 10th November after a £335,000 investment from entrepreneur Alfie Best.

United Kingdom (PRUnderground) November 7th, 2014

The Rare Cow chain of steak restaurants is relaunching on Monday 10th November after a £335,000 investment  from entrepreneur Alfie Best.

After the takeover was recently completed All restaurants have undergone a refit and update ready for a fresh launch on Monday.

Staff have undergone vigouous training programs to make them the best service I have seen in Essex.

We are also ready to launch our  fourth restaurant on the River Stour in Sudbury, Suffolk.

Delighted businessman Mr Best, 43, who owns farmland in Hertfordshire said:”We are serving some of the finest steaks in the UK and I’m delighted to say that business is booming.

A new programme of events has been drawn up and the restaurants are gearing up for a bumper Christmas period with special festive and New Year menus.

X-Factor stars Two Shoes are making special appearances at Billericay on November 16, Writtle  on November 28 and on New Year’s Eve at Waltham Abbey.  At Writtle, there will be live entertainment every Wednesday and a comedy night on Thursdayss.  By popular demand Sister Sax plays at Billericay every Tuesday evening.

The restaurants in Billericay and Writtle are also undergoing a rolling refurbishment programme  and have already been redecorated with new furniture ordered for Writtle and work due to start shortly on enlarging the car park.

Mr Best, who is based in West Thurrock, added:”We are having to  take on new staff to cope with the demand which is a good sign. Since we launched our new restaurant in Waltham Abbey, we have had nothing but great comments and encouragement so we must be doing something right ! “

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