Korean Cowgirl set to open new Canterbury restaurant at Riverside Resort

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Those behind ‘Kent’s most luxurious hotel’ are set to open a swanky new restaurant in a £115million leisure complex.

The Cave in Boughton, near Faversham, has released photos of the interior of the restaurant, which it hopes to launch at the Riverside in Canterbury.

The Korean Cowgirl is set to open at the Riverside Resort

It will open under the Korean name Cowgirl, re-establishing the chain’s presence in the city following the recent closure of its Palace Street restaurant.

He will join BrewDog and Sekkoya in establishing a base in the recently launched development – which is already home to a five-screen Curzon cinema.

Bosses at Korean Cowgirl said they were forced to close their popular Palace Street branch last month due to an administrative issue over the licensing of their premises.

The smokehouse restaurant, which had gained a large following in its six years of operation, could not serve alcohol due to what it described as an “innocent clerical error”.

What will the new restaurant look like?
What will the new restaurant look like?
The restaurant's launch comes after the city's original Korean Cowgirl suddenly closed
The restaurant’s launch comes after the city’s original Korean Cowgirl suddenly closed
Korean Cowgirl is about to open at the Riverside Resort (59402755)
Korean Cowgirl is about to open at the Riverside Resort (59402755)

But the Korean name Cowgirl will once again pop up in town when her newest venue opens at the Riverside, offering a fusion of Eastern cuisine with Texas-style barbecue dishes.

Patrons have shared a selection of images from inside the restaurant, although no opening date has yet been set.

It has, however, been revealed that the company will open a new restaurant called The Cheeky Ramen on the vacant Palace Street site next month.

Of the 13 units open in Riverside, the city council has now reportedly found tenants for all but three.

The Korean Cowgirl in Canterbury
The Korean Cowgirl in Canterbury
The Riverside complex in Canterbury.  Photo: Barry Goodwin
The Riverside complex in Canterbury. Photo: Barry Goodwin

It is not yet known when each of the outlets will launch, although a number of premises license bids have been submitted.

It was revealed yesterday that Sekkoya had asked to be open until 3am, raising a number of concerns over nighttime noise.

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