The Pier Inn is one of Whitby’s harbour front’s gems, known locally for excellent food and a great atmosphere. Based right on the harbour’s edge, The Pier Inn sports 7 cosy rooms to hire, stunning views, and a hearty breakfast – partly thanks to Johnson Reed. Recently we were approached by supplier Brakes Catering Equipment to provide finance for The Pier Inn to replace their entire kitchen with a brand …Read More
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Johnson Reed Chip Shop Finance are offering a full range of finance options tailored for the chip shop and take away industry. With the present economic climate combined with the reduced lending from the banks some companies are still finding it difficult to move forward when it comes to financing their new frying range.
Johnson Reed have 15 years of experience in helping companies gain the equipment leasing and hire purchase they need to expand and grow. With the backing of their own funds and access to 13 independent lenders, many of which are none high street names, they can provide maximum flexibility in terms of achieving acceptances and providing very competitive prices that will complement any existing banking relationship. Director, Mark Johnson commented; acceptance rates are currently running at a fantastic 92% and we can have decisions approved within hours!Read More
When it comes to steak, there’s no bull at The Saracens Head Steakhouse! Run by couple Graeme & Rachel Fulton, The Steakhouse is a newly-refurbished and re-branded pub based in Stoke, with a growing reputation for the best steak around (if you don’t believe us, Trip Advisor gives them a 5/5 rating, and lists them as the 3rd best restaurant out of 267 in Stoke).
When we were approached to provide finance for a new kitchen refurbishment to replace their old kit, we were eager to get our teeth into the project and help The Steakhouse get their new place up to scratch.Read More
Niche Food & Drink Ltd are a brand new restaurant chain-to-be in the London Islington/Clerkenwell divide. Set up by two friends and marked by their unique twist on traditional British food, Niche are poised to be the next big cool-and-quirky thing in London’s food scene.
Niche’s new restaurant is based on Rosebery Avenue, and a quick look at their gallery makes the venue look like a place that isn’t to be missed if you love food!
All of this is why when we were asked to finance kitchen and refrigeration equipment, we were more than happy to oblige!Read More
The Cottage Loaf in Llandudno has all the charm and good looks of a traditional country village pub, yet it stands in a quiet back street in the heart of the town. The Loaf, as it’s known locally, has won several awards for the quality of their beers, the attractive appearance and of course, their food. In order to keep their standards up, they recently invested in new kitchen equipment, …Read More
When it comes to fast food, Leo Bakir knows a thing or two, having operated a few fish and chip shops in his time in and around Manchester. Now though, he’s decided to go back to his roots by opening a Lebanese restaurant. And he needed some speedy finance help from Johnson Red to help him realize his dream. He came to us with a sound proposition. He had acquired …Read More
“Outstanding views of the Beacons – the sight of the sun setting on Pen-y-fan was breathtaking.” “The Old Ford Inn is a great place to stay.” “A fabulous cosy pub.” These are just a handful of favourable comments from Trip Advisor about the Old Ford Inn at Llanhamlach in Brecon, Powys. But it might not be such a ‘cosy pub’ had it not been for the help from Johnson Reed …Read More
Tonia Schofield had to spend more than just a penny when she and her mother succeeded in acquiring a tenancy for the dilapidated public conveniences on the cliff-top in Seaham. For years an eyesore on Sunderland’s heritage coast, they have now converted the building into a thriving café that was officially opened last Easter. The £200,000 project involved the existing building at Seaham Hall Car Park being used as the …Read More
Some of our clients are rather coy about disclosing information relating to their dealings with Johnson Reed. Here’s a case in point. Littleport Steakhouse is a restaurant for which we arranged a catering leasing deal worth around £13,000 for various items of equipment. But we can’t tell you very much about the equipment or who supplied it, nor can we tell you very much about the establishment itself, because we’re …Read More
Anyone who knows their way around Manchester city centre will know that the Northern Quarter is the area to seek out all that’s best in fashion, music, bars and cafes. It’s also the home of David Cook and Alyson Doocie, experienced restaurateurs who have been involved with two highly successful catering venues in this vibrant community. Apotheca and Dough are separate but interlinked premises comprising a cocktail bar and adjoining …Read More