Hi-tech restaurant opens in Canterbury

22 June 2006
Hi-tech restaurant opens in Canterbury

The former Fast Buck Freddies restaurant in Canterbury has reopened as a hi-tech venue that allows customers to order from their table using plasma TV screens.

The newly-named Bytes Café Bar was borne out of the frustration the owners experienced with the levels of service they encountered in restaurants and pubs across the country.

The touch-screen plasma TVs allow customers to order from their tables at their own pace, as well as watch TV or take part in interactive games and quizzes.

The restaurant also offers a waitress service for more traditional diners.

The Maidstone office of Christie + Co sold the town centre property on behalf of Gary and Justine Whitworth.

By Angela Frewin

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