Administrators hunt buyer for troubled restaurant chain

Administrators are seeking a buyer for licensed pub and restaurant operator Mountain Range after being called into rescue the chain.

London-based administrators Moorfields Corporate Recovery will continue to trade the four units that Mountain Range operates in the south of England while it looks for potential suitors.

Mountain Range was formed in 2004 and has its registered address in Forest Row, East Sussex. The chain looked to offer an alpine dining concept based on their experiences at their favourite mountain restaurants.

Moorfields’ Simon Thomas and Nick O’Reilly are handling the administration.

Thomas said: “Pubs need to continue to make providing good food a priority in 2015 and a good niche offering remains key to survival. The Mountain Range chain offers a unique opportunity for potential investors or publicans, providing sought-after locations, strong local clientele and a unique offering.”

Venues operated by Mountain Range include Black Horse in Findon, The Swan in Forest Row and The Coney, in West Wickham, Kent.




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