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PUBLISHED: 14:31 05 May 2018 | UPDATED: 08:29 08 May 2018

Delphine's Diner in Aldeburgh run by Caroline and Pete Tuffrey. Picture: SARAH LUCY BROWN

Delphine's Diner in Aldeburgh run by Caroline and Pete Tuffrey. Picture: SARAH LUCY BROWN

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Retro American-style restaurant is coming to Felixstowe

91-93 Undercliff Road, Felixstowe which is to become a new Delphine's Diner restaurant91-93 Undercliff Road, Felixstowe which is to become a new Delphine's Diner restaurant

Delphine’s Diner is coming to Felixstowe.

Premises on the Felixstowe seafront, in Undercliff Road, have been let by Penn Commercial

Delphine’s Diner is a retro-themed American style restaurant in Aldeburgh High Street, run by Caroline and Pete Tuffrey,

91-93 Undercliff Road West, a ground floor retail premises in Felixstowe, has been let to new tenants on behalf of the owners.

The new tenants are Delphine’s Diner, who are opening their second outlet following the success of their existing branch in Aldeburgh.

A spokesman from the business said the plan was to open for the summer holidays.

“It’s an expansion of what we have been doing in Aldeburgh for four years,” he said.

It will have a similar retro style and open for 12 hours per day.

The 2,000 sq ft premises includes a ground floor restaurant area, kitchen and cellar with an outside terrace overlooking the Felixstowe seafront.

Paul Keen of Penn Commercial said: “This is an ideal letting that complements the other establishments on Undercliff Road, and brings a totally new theme to Felixstowe.

“We wish Delphine’s every success for their new venture.”

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