Just a month after the re-opening draws restaurateur Christian Mook, the ripcord. He has signed up for the newest Restaurant of its group, opened in September 2019 – "Krazy Kraken" in Frankfurt's Westend, insolvency. "Everything else has commercially no longer make sense," says Mook this step.
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In all of its Restaurants – the Franziska in the new Henninger tower and the Westend addresses Zenzakan, Ivory Club, Mon Amie Maxi, and M count-Steakhouse – get he since re-opening after the Corona forced the closure of only a "dramatically reduced revenues," said the 50-year-old restaurateur. The companies, all organized as independent limited Companies under the Holding umbrella, missing above all the corporate bookings and business Lunches. In the case of the "Krazy Kraken" came to special effects. The Deep Sea Hospitality GmbH, which was founded in 2019 as the operator of the new restaurant is still so young that you will not be entitled to state Corona-has help.
New Bicycle Parking and bollards
He felt in the crisis of the policy pretty much left alone, says Mook. So I put to him the city of Frankfurt real obstacles in the way: In the vicinity of the "Krazy Kraken" had been installed in the past few weeks, a number of new Bicycle Parking and bollards – what are some of the scarce Parking cost. Therefore, so Mook is convinced, had lost his Local, the menu is quite precious fish and seafood sets, clientele. "We are dependent as a highly specialised niche restaurant to guests from the surrounding area", and would not now once the bike arrived.
Welcome you are but, as before, the Locally stays. "Insolvency means not necessarily the end," emphasizes Mook. In July you have the Kraken, the "Krazy" about the group's subsidized, "but we would always bleed more". The procedure will give him the necessary air, in order to examine whether and how it is supposed to go to this location.Updated Date: 12 August 2020, 21:19