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Wellingtons café in Deal reopens on Valentine's Day

By Eleanor Perkins

A seafront café in Deal which has been shut for more than a year will re-open its doors on Valentine's Day.

New leaseholder of Wellington's Sharon Cullen will be sharing her love of food and drink with residents from 7.30am until 3pm daily.

Firmly back at the top of the menu is the traditional fry up - with a slimmer's alternative available too.

The new Wellingtons team: Andrew Brown, Craig Bush, managers Sharon and Pete Cullen, eight-year-old Carolanne Cullen, Aimee Wilkinson, and John Jones.
The new Wellingtons team: Andrew Brown, Craig Bush, managers Sharon and Pete Cullen, eight-year-old Carolanne Cullen, Aimee Wilkinson, and John Jones.

Stacked American pancakes and lunch options including curries from Namaste also feature in addition to Blue Mountain Coffee and award-winning Novus tea.

Mrs Cullen said: "We're so excited to opening and bringing back what everyone wants - that full English breakfast, available all day.

"We want to offer a wonderful dinning experience that is accessible price-wise."

The dog and children friendly setting in Beach Street received a £300,000 makeover by owner Sibel Tatton in early 2017.

Months after a grand reopening in June of that year she was forced to close it due to illness.

Now she's handed over the reigns to Mrs Cullen, 44, with Pete Cullen, 49, as head chef.

Together have more than three decades of experience in catering and hospitality.

Pete and Sharon Cullen have taken over Wellingtons cafe in Deal
Pete and Sharon Cullen have taken over Wellingtons cafe in Deal

Mrs Cullen said: "I was dining in Wellingtons when it was Debs.

"I've always loved eating here and along with Deal residents have missed being able to come here.

"We're blessed to have this opportunity and bring Wellingtons back!"

They say they have plans to extend their opening hours in the future and are applying for a drinks licence.

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