Wolverhampton Deputy Mayor opens new Tettenhall restaurant
A special guest was the order of the day at a new restaurant launch in Tettenhall last week.
Wolverhampton Deputy Mayor, Councillor Phil Page, attended the official opening of Goodwin’s Restaurant and Bar on Old Hill, along with other specially invited guests for its launch event.
General manager, Peter Davies and his team welcomed the guests to the new venue, which has opened following a six-figure investment.
Deputy Mayor of Wolverhampton, Councillor Phil Page, said: “I’m thrilled to have officially opened Goodwin’s Restaurant and Bar - it’s great to see large investment in the area which creates local jobs.
"The restaurant is a fantastic venue that I am sure will be loved by the people of Tettenhall and beyond.”
The restaurant promises to bring honest cooking, classic dishes and good wine and Peter said: “We were delighted that our Deputy Mayor, Phil, could join us to celebrate the opening of Goodwin’s.
"It is such an exciting time as we welcome guests, both new and old, through the doors.
“Our new relaxed, modern restaurant is the perfect place for every dining occasion from breakfast or a quick bite at lunchtime to a celebratory meal with friends and family in the evening or at weekends.
"The new surroundings make you feel like you are at home and we offer full-service at your table, letting you sit back and relax as soon as you walk in – we will do the hard work!”
Following a fizz reception, diners were treated to a showcase of the menu dishes including the restaurant’s signature steaks and burgers.
Goodwin’s has a great value two course lunch, starting from just £8.99 and served until 5pm Monday to Friday. It includes favourites such as cod and triple-cooked gourmet chips, and saddleback pork sausage and mash.
To book a table call 01902 746681 or visit https://goodwinsbarandkitchen.co.uk/tettenhall/
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