Tel's Kitchen

Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England), December 6, 2005 | Go to article overview

Tel's Kitchen


Byline: By Jane Picken

Stars turn out for restaurant opening

Munching on mini-Rockafella's and sipping champagne, celebrities gathered for the long-awaited opening of Hell's Kitchen winner Terry Miller's restaurant.

Top chef Gary Rhodes, former boxers Glenn McCrory and Billy Hardy, and Toon stars Alan Shearer and Shay Given, were all there to taste Terry's signature dish, along with members of his family.

The Newcastle restaurant, named after his prawn and potato recipe, is tucked behind St Nicholas' Cathedral on the Side.

Millions of viewers watched as Terry clashed with Gary over his ingredients on the reality TV show.

But on the opening night the real thing won over ready made mash.

Terry, from Darras Hall, Ponteland, went on to scoop pounds 250,000 in Hell's Kitchen prize money in May.

And now Terry and his wife have invested pounds 400,000 in the 80 seat Rockafella restaurant.

Former pub and catering company chef Terry, 46, said: "Everyone has been pulling the stops out to make this happen and even people from the Cathedral next door came over to see how it was going."

Terry's mentor and friend Gary said: "This time Terry is going to be using fresh mash which I'm very happy about.

"I'm so proud of him. It would have been so easy to take the money from Hell's Kitchen and run but he has done something great.

"It's a fantastic success and the moment I walked in it gave me that wow factor. I really like the TV screen they have behind the bar showing what is going on in the kitchen. …

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