About Bake One
Bake One manufactures delectable pastries and premier breads. With equipment such as spiral freezers, an ultrasonic cake cutter and double spiral mixers, the company can optimize its manufacturing process for specific orders.
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Latest Bake One News
May 26, 2022
Popular Gosforth restaurant The Bake One to open new branch in Eldon Square after closure of Newcastle Stack Bake Eldon will bring traditional Lebanese food to the heart of the city centre when it opens next week 08:00, 26 MAY 2022 Get the latest news from Newcastle straight to your inbox Something went wrong, please try again later.Invalid Email Sign Up We use your sign-up to provide content in ways you've consented to and to improve our understanding of you. This may include adverts from us and 3rd parties based on our understanding. You can unsubscribe at any time. More info Thank you for subscribing!We have more newsletters Show me See our privacy notice A popular Lebanese restaurant is set to return to Newcastle city centre following the closure of Stack when it opens a new eatery inside Eldon Square. The Bake One on Gosforth High Street will open a second branch called The Bake Eldon in the food court of Eldon Square shopping centre next week. It comes after the restaurant had to say a sad goodbye to its city centre premises called 'Bake Stack' when the Stack closed to make way for a new HMRC office block. But now owner Abdullah Aldarwech is delighted to be able to welcome back customers to his new city centre restaurant. Bake Eldon diners can expect traditional Lebanese dishes including hot and cold meze and charcoal-grilled meats. A Lebanese breakfast is also on offer, along with daily specials - and those who pop by on Bake Eldon's first day can enjoy 50% off the menu. Abdullah, 49, from Gosforth, said: "We are hoping to be open on Monday or Tuesday next week. We have always wanted to be in Eldon Square and I am looking forward to bringing Lebanese food into the city centre. "Our customers are so excited." The new Eldon Square restaurant has been a long time coming for Abdullah and his team after starting the process a year and a half ago. But now work to transform the venue is almost complete and customers can look forward to dining in stylish surroundings that feature an open-plan kitchen and traditional Lebanese-style decoration. "When we knew the Stack was going we started looking for a new premises in the city centre because we used to have a really good customer base at the Stack," Abdullah said. "We were at the Stack for five years and the people loved the food, so it gave us a push to find somewhere else in the city because we didn't want to lose our customers there. Some people might have found going to Gosforth was too far so we're delighted to be able to bring Lebanese food to the city centre. "It will be good for the students as well as families. " The Bake One recently appeared on BBC show Britain's Top Takeaways. READ MORE:
Bake One Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
Where is Bake One's headquarters?
Bake One's headquarters is located at 1200 Wilson Way, Smyrna.
What is Bake One's latest funding round?
Bake One's latest funding round is Asset Sale.
How much did Bake One raise?
Bake One raised a total of $1.5M.
Who are the investors of Bake One?
Investors of Bake One include Specialty Bakers.