Published on August 14th, 2013 | by Dean Carr
Another Premises Licence Variation Secured by PLT
Licensing Consultant Dean Carr has successfully had a condition removed from a premises licence in Blackheath. The Curry Garden Restaurant will now be converted into a beautiful wine and champagne bar in the leafy suburb of Blackheath.
After objections from the local residents were squashed by Licensing Consultant Dean Carr, the Curry Garden with its new owners will now be able to operate as a restaurant, champagne and wine bar serving modern contemporary French Cuisine.
The Curry Garden has been operating for over 13 years as a restaurant under the old 1964 licensing act and the new owners want to reinvent the premises as a French style champagne and wine bar. The existing conditions are very restrictive as it states alcohol can be sold to diners only. Having the restriction removed means patrons can now relax with a glass of wine or champagne in the evening, and potentially order a delectable evening meal.
The opening hours will be remain the same, only now will diners be able to have a alcoholic drink with their meal. Congratulations to Dean Carr from PLT for successfully securing another Premises Licence Variation.