The Norwich branch of La Tasca recently underwent a makeover and has just been re-opened.
According to operations director for La Tasca Restaurants, James Picton, the organisation is delighted to have opened the eatery again after a recent investment.
"The restaurant looks fantastic and really reflects our Spanish roots," he said.
"I’m confident that our guests will enjoy the new and improved Spanish experience as well as, of course, our delicioso new menu."
He also explained that the makeover is part of La Tasca's investment plan revamping many eateries and adding new stand-alone bars in some places. "It really is an exciting time for La Tasca!" he concluded.
Another La Tasca to recently get the revamp treatment was the Chester Cuppin Street branch.
Meanwhile, Antony Bennett, executive chef at La Tasca, recently created a chocolate paella recipe just in time for Easter, which has been published online.
"I’d been thinking about this for a long time, making a chocolate paella must be possible," he has said. The recipe had taken weeks of fine tuning and tasting, he explained.
In other news, the Queens Square La Tasca in Liverpool is soon set to be home to a wine tasting evening, which is set to take place on April 22nd this year.
Customers, who can book through the restaurant, will be involved in an event that will feature a selection of seven wines and information about their provenance and history.
People in hospitality jobs in restaurants might want to think about how the eateries they work in could become home to similar special events. As well as creating excitement for exisiting customers, these could be helpful in bringing new custom through the door.
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