It has been confirmed that popular International all-you-can-eat buffet Peachy Keens is to close down permanently.
The restaurant, which has been sat inside Manchester’s Printworks since 2014, was one of a handful of restaurants that popped up during a world buffet boom that seemed to be sweeping the city at the time.
The news comes just one month after it was revealed that Waxy O’Connor’s, Peachy Keen’s downstairs neighbour, was also shutting down permanently.
Speaking on their Facebook page, Peachy Keens wrote: “Dear all, we are closing down permanently. Thanks for your continue support.”
The cuisine on offer at Peachy Keens was a mixture of chinese, mexican, italian, indian and thai and was frequently visited by stag and hen parties or groups of friends needing an easy pre-drink meal.
The restaurant even participated in the Eat Out To Help Out scheme back in July last year, however with the closures since then, it seems the current climate has took its toll on the business.
Responding to the company’s farewell post on Facebook, one user wrote: “Aw no we absolutely love this place, so very sad to hear its closing down.
“So many happy memories with family & friends. Always went for a meal before a concert.”
Another wrote: “I was so looking forward to coming in when everything opened up again, please tell the tandoori chef he makes the best lamb chops ever.”
The restaurant will close effective immediately.