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."
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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.