...it is understood bailiffs entered the property and stripped the restaurant last week, four days before Christmas.Wow! They've actually done some work. It's almost like real reportering! And in cyberspace too:
Yesterday, it had a sign on the door saying: "Mango Tang is not open to the public this evening. Sorry for any inconvenience."
Inside, there was no sign of tables or chairs. And calls to the restaurant's telephone number were not answered.
The mobile number of the owner, Chris Mills, went to answer phone and messages left by the Derby Telegraph failed to get a response.
On December 6, the restaurant's Facebook page was updated, listing its New Year's Eve menu – a five-course meal including a glass of champagne, priced at £60 per person.I just can't imagine what could have happened...
Two days earlier, a link had been placed on the same page to an offer through internet voucher site Wowcher, for customers to buy a meal-for-two at the restaurant worth £56.50 at a discounted price of £22. The voucher was for use after January 2, 2012.
Wowcher's policy states that if a business closes down and the offer has not expired, customers will get a refund.