Instock clinches £3m contract to transform fire-damaged Edinburgh site

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Work has already started on the refurbishment for the new Vittoria Group site.

Aberdeen-based distributor Instock Group, along with its specialist sister company Pride Commercial Interiors, has clinched a £3m high profile restaurant refurbishment contract in Edinburgh for Tony Crolla and his Vittoria Group.

The new site will occupy the former Khushi’s Indian restaurant in Victoria Street which has been vacant since it was destroyed by a blaze in 2008.

The three-floor world heritage building will seat 270 diners offering a ‘contemporary’ take on traditional British ‘chippy’ dishes.

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Pride has been appointed main contractor for this project with Instock’s equipment division delivering the design, supply and installation of the kitchen and bars.

The company’s internal fabrication department will provide the fabrication in the kitchen and bars, plus the ventilation.

While the main equipment brands slated for installation are: Rational, Falcon, Hobart, Foster, Gamko and Winterhalter.

Crolla said: “We have had a vision for many years about opening ‘the’ fish and chip restaurant destination in the heart of Edinburgh city centre for many years. This concept will be fun, relaxed and affordable. Our focus as ever with our restaurants is fresh quality food available for all.”

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