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My Cookie Dough is on-the-go with Johnson Reed

Brand new, on-the-go desert brand My Cookie Dough has opened its first site at St. David’s shopping centre in Cardiff. The business offers their freshly baked cookie dough with a choice of toppings that are made order, along with fresh milkshakes made with ice cream and much more.

Their open plan layout means the customers can watch their products being made and have the unique option to collect loyalty points by the use of the fingerprint scanner.Read More

Johnson Reed helps the White Bull get set up

The White Bull in Gisburn is a newly redevelop restaurant, guest house and a traditional English pub based in a homely Grade II-listed coaching house that dates back to 1865.

Being community minded, owner and Professional Master Chef quarter finalist Simon Salt wants this village pub to offer people the best quality fine food, locally sourced at affordable prices.Read More

Edwards Bar and Dining Ltd expand with Johnson Reed

Edwards Bar and Dining Ltd is run by experienced restaurateurs that wanted to expand into a new marketplace with a prime location in the centre of Worcester.

With a desire to create a relaxed environment where people can get food and drink in elegant surroundings, they planned to get a bespoke the front bar for their new business to give more to their potential customers and beat the local competition.Read More

Compo’s Café Is Frying The Competition With Johnson Reed

Nestled in the Pennine Hills, Compo’s Café has been keeping the people of Holmfirth well fed for years. Taking it’s name from the comic vagabond Compo Simmonite, from Last of The Summer Wine, you can rest assured that you’ll get a better customer service than Compo did in Ivy and Sid’s tea shop.

Not content with just offering it’s customers award winning fish and chips they also serve fresh homemade pies, a soup of the week, chicken, jacket potatoes or salads.Read More

Johnson Reed Help Refurb The Farmers Arms

The newly refurbished Farmers Arms in Poynton is absolutely stunning. It’s rustic bare bricked walls; wooden floors, painted cows and beautifully upholstered seating are truly a delight for the eyes.

But it isn’t just the visuals that appeal as co-owners Martin and Simon boast, “It’s our food that’s really special.” Their chefs carefully select the best locally sourced food from suppliers and change their Sunday menu weekly to offer something new for the customers to enjoy while sampling the award winning cask ale.Read More

Johnson Reed And Wahu Are Helping Change The Way You Eat

In Spinningfields, Manchester there is a brand new dining experience that is expected to revolutionize the way you eat your meals. Wahu is an express food bar that wants you to design your own wholesome quality fresh meals to eat in or take away.

The concept was thought up by young entrepreneur Jamie Barr, who explains: “After I noticed a gap in the market for healthy food on the go, Wahu was born.” You choose the ‘base’ of salad, white or brown rice and then add ‘protein’ that includes haloumi, beef, lamb or salmon and finally your favorite dressing.Read More

Pant-Y-Gwydr Restaurant Thrives with Johnson Reed

Pant-y-Gwydr is a restaurant that serves authentic classical French cuisine using traditional recipes in the centre of Swansea. The building itself was originally a hotel built in 1870s and it’s stonewalls and solid pine floors are the perfect setting for a special occasion.

To improve the dining experience and keep up with regulations a new water heating system was needed for the restaurant. However, because of the businesses popularity it needed to be installed and set up while they were closed for refurbishment.Read More

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