Two familiar faces are set to take over a Hadleigh restaurant promising a comfortable and welcoming atmosphere, as well as quality food and drink. 

Daniel and Tia Farthing will take on Jet Lounge at 99b High Street from Saturday, July 15, and aim to provide a traditional family-run restaurant with plenty of choice. 

The couple are no strangers to the airline-themed eatery, as Mr Farthing has worked as head chef there for two years and run much of the day-to-day business for the last 18 months. 

East Anglian Daily Times: Jet Lounge, Hadleigh, will be taken over by Daniel and Tia FarthingJet Lounge, Hadleigh, will be taken over by Daniel and Tia Farthing (Image: Daniel Farthing)

Mrs Farthing, who works as a GP assistant and will take on the admin side of the business part-time after the takeover, said: "A lot of people know Dan already, and we hope to be a place they can go that they know is not going anywhere and is comfortable and welcoming.

"We hope people will come here for a friendly face, we want it to be somewhere regular they can pop to for coffee or cake or a meal." 

The menu will be altered for the launch day, but many of the items will remain the same with everything from breakfasts and brunches to light lunches and traditional meals. 

East Anglian Daily Times: New owners Daniel and Tia FarthingNew owners Daniel and Tia Farthing (Image: Daniel Farthing)

East Anglian Daily Times: The interior of Jet Lounge, which relaunches on Saturday July 15The interior of Jet Lounge, which relaunches on Saturday July 15 (Image: Daniel Farthing)

After the takeover, the couple will also trial opening on Thursday and Friday evenings, a new move for the restaurant which currently closes at 4pm during the week. 

Mrs Farthing said: "We are keeping the concept the same with the airline theme as you don't really get that anywhere else around Hadleigh. 

"We are also keeping the waiting staff that already work here. They are a really good team and I think they are really excited about it and to see what new things we are going to be bringing in.

"We're very stressed waiting for the launch and trying to get things up and running, but so excited at the same time."