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A “Taste of France” comes to Totnes

A “Taste of France” comes to Totnes

Posted: Wednesday 17 January 2018

Totnes’s newest restaurant/café has opened their doors following a successful acquisition.


The former Fat Lemons café, nestled on Ticklemore street, has recently been sold by Charles Darrow, making way for a new, French inspired restaurant/ café.


Mon Oncle Jean, a concept created by owners Jo and Philippe, first opened its doors 3 years ago at Berry Pomeroy Castle, however the vision has always been to open a premise in Totnes - the dream has now come true!


“MOJ”, named after Philippe’s “Uncle John”, symbolizes the passion, dedication and inspiration for food which is evident thoughtout their new lunch and evening menu, serving such French delicacies as Croque Monsieur and Galettes during the day, and Seafood Blanquette during the evening service- more information can be found on their website, .


This family run concern, offers patrons a warm and friendly, inspired restaurant/café, within this Ticklemore Street premises which has seen a complete makeover.


Charles Darrow launched a marketing campaign to sell the business, which proved very popular among regional and national coverage.


James Sanders, Associate Director at Charles Darrow, said: “We received a huge response from the unrivalled marketing strategy adopted”.


“Mon Oncle Jean is a great new concept, and one which I’m sure will “prospérer”.  We wish all the best to the new owners”