New identity

PUBLISHED: 10:56 08 February 2007 | UPDATED: 14:59 12 May 2010

Palazzo owner Mathew Norris, with chef Luciano Caravello, and waitress Yelsel Geraghty - 2174DW1

Palazzo owner Mathew Norris, with chef Luciano Caravello, and waitress Yelsel Geraghty - 2174DW1

A CONTINENTAL restaurant in Royston has been given a new identity that would impress even top chef Gordon Ramsey. Palazzo, formerly known as Pizza Palazzo in Kneesworth Street, has been refurbished and re-branded to bring it into the 21st century, say the

A CONTINENTAL restaurant in Royston has been given a new identity that would impress even top chef Gordon Ramsey.

Palazzo, formerly known as Pizza Palazzo in Kneesworth Street, has been refurbished and re-branded to bring it into the 21st century, say the owners.

The restaurant has a new menu, decor, and kitchen, and all meals are cooked to order with fresh produce.

Owner Mathew Norris, who bought the restaurant a year ago, said: "I wanted to offer Royston a venue for people to eat and drink, in a vibrant but relaxed atmosphere.

"The original branding was dated and gave the image of a pizzeria rather than the restaurant we have today.

"After consultation with Wooden House Design and Media in Royston, the new identity was born."

John Balodis, creative director at Wooden House, said: "We wanted to move Palazzo forward and to promote the new services being offered.

"The new branding is contemporary and reflects the modern, continental character of the restaurant.

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