The Grill on the Edge is looking to boost its capacity by building a conservatory.
According to AlderleyEdge.com, owners of the restaurant Living Ventures are hoping to complete the glass structure by the summer after being given planning permission by Cheshire East Council.
Co-owner of the the company Jeremy Roberts said: “We have demand for tables particularly at the weekends that we cannot cater for since converting the Grill format so we are hoping to satisfy many more customers.”
The conservatory, which will create 30 additional covers, is to be built on the corner of Chapel Street and Massey Street in Alderley Edge, where the restaurant currently has an outdoor space. The new extension could be fitted with conservatory blinds if the owners decide they need to control the light coming into the room.
As well as boosting the number of people that it can serve meals to, The Grill on the Edge will no doubt be keen to improve the dining experience at the eatery.
A restaurant reviewer from the Chorley Guardian who visited the nearby Pines Hotel Howarth Suite last month was full of praise for the way the place’s conservatory was used.
Rebecca Cohen explained that she and her companion were sat down in the glass structure to choose their drinks before being transferred to their table in the restaurant – where their beverages were waiting for them.