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The Real China reopens its doors at Gloucester Quays

By citizenmike  |  Posted: May 30, 2014

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CHINESE restaurant The Real China has reopened its doors at Gloucester Quays after a long closure.

The restaurant was ordered shut by management at Gloucester Quays after it was claimed a problem was discovered with some of the kitchen’s technical equipment.

Jason Pullen, managing director of Peel Outlets, which runs the Quays shopping and leisure complex, said: “I am pleased to say that The Real China is now back open for business after their earlier issues were resolved.”

The Real China, which has a restaurant in Cheltenham too, opened before Christmas next door to the new 10-screen Cineworld cinema and joins other restaurants such as Chimichanga, Zizzi’s and Pizza Express.

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  • NibNobs  |  May 30 2014, 7:29PM

    The SAME happened over Jason Jones Car Centre in Tewkesbury. We never found out why the car dealer closed - was it because of ill health? (as was originally reported by The Citizen) or due to bad debt & bankruptcy (as hinted two weeks later in The Citizen) we never found out which was the reason!

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  • Justica  |  May 30 2014, 6:08PM

    TiG have invited speculation on the real reason why this restaurant was closed, now tell you problems are resolved. Don't you think people will, just to be on the safe side, avoid eating there ? If no problems, why report it in the first place?

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  • Apothegm_  |  May 30 2014, 5:51PM

    Not even a slight amount of journalistic investigation into this mystery, such as: 1) why was it really closed down in the first place, and what were the now-resolved "issues"? 2) who is now running the restaurant, new management or the same old? Surely TiG has a more important function than just to rehash press-releases and comments from management.

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