Weston restaurant scoops civic society award
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ONE of Weston’s seafront restaurants has been presented with a Weston Civic Society Award for its design.
Owners of the £1.8million rotunda-shaped building Tutto are now aiming to gain further architectural accolades after being presented with their first award.
Tutto, which means all around in Italian, opened its doors in Princess Royal Square last year.
The annual awards event recognise restorations and sensitive rebuilds and this is the first time the presentations have been made for several years.
Tutto was designed by Bristol-based Angus Meek architect Roger Ellams and took eight months from start to finish to create.
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Owners, Alistair Mead and Guilio Ellis, say they are delighted the theatre-style restaurant, which enables diners to view the chefs preparing their food, has been recognised for its contribution to rejuvenating the seafront.
Alistair said: “The design offers a beautiful aspect from all sides and it also boasts the most impressive views of Weston bay from its first floor outdoor balcony.
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“The overall product is a testament to the construction team, who managed to build it in eight months and we now plan to enter Tutto into a string of other prestigious architectural awards.”