Sunderland’s newest restaurant welcomes diners for the first time

On the day restaurants reopened their doors, Sunderland’s newest restaurant – Undisclosed – welcomed diners for the first time.

Undisclosed, housed in the old D’Acqua site on 26-28 John Street in Sunderland, is owned and run by chef patron Christopher Spence – who has spent months building up to the opening and carrying out a £60,000 refurbishment of the venue.

Inspired by the hidden bars Christopher visited during his time in Australia, Undisclosed aims to bring the speakeasy influence to the city. Located in the basement of the building, the restaurant will feature a gastronomy menu and molecular cocktails.

Christopher said:  “It was wonderful to finally be able to open our doors to the public and even more special to have the Mayor and Mayoress of Sunderland there to welcome our guests. We look forward to seeing a good response to our brand-new menu and are excited to welcome our very first customers this weekend.

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