New restaurant could be coming to Gloucester Quays
By David Wood | 31st July 2023
A Turkish restaurant has applied to Gloucester City Council to take over the former Bella Italia site in the Quays.
Kayiboyu Ltd has applied for an alcohol and music licence for the Turkish and Mediterranean grill, Anatolian Palace, at units 90 and 91.
The premises were vacated in 2020 following the mass closures of the Italian restaurant chain.
Anatolian Palace is asking the council to allow them to serve alcohol every day from 8am to 11pm. They are also requesting to play recorded music during these hours.
Worcester-based Anatolian Palace, which also has a restaurant in Stafford, says on its website: "Our dream is to transport our customers and indulge them in the best Turkish cuisine this side of Anatolia, without the need to jump on a plane!
"We wanted to create a place for people to step away from their hectic lives and enjoy being treated like royalty from the moment they step inside Anatolian Palace Mediterranean Grill and we have succeeded.
"We welcome you into our family and always strive to provide freshness, quality ingredients, delicately flavoured dishes, succulent meats expertly chargrilled, home-baked bread and most of all, a very warm welcome."
The Worcester restaurant has an overall five-star rating on Trip Advisor. One satisfied diner who visited the restaurant yesterday said: "The service & food were excellent! The waiters couldn't be more attentive. I would highly recommend this place. The best place in Worcester to eat. The atmosphere is brilliant and feels like you are on holiday. Can't wait to go back."
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