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Award-winning Toowoomba restaurant closes doors

VERAISON CLOSED: Andrew Smith co-owner of the award winning restaurant, Veraison. The resaurant closed today after less than three months in its new location on Ruthven Street.
 Photo Bev Lacey / The Chronicle
VERAISON CLOSED: Andrew Smith co-owner of the award winning restaurant, Veraison. The resaurant closed today after less than three months in its new location on Ruthven Street. Photo Bev Lacey / The Chronicle Bev Lacey

POPULAR Toowoomba restaurant Veraison has ceased trading as of today.

The modern Australian restaurant relocated to Ruthven St in July after nine years of trading on Margaret St.

The adored restaurant had won a number of awards by the Australian Good Food Guide with its à la carte menu and five course degustation menu.

Their website states the closure was due to "economic conditions". 

The Chronicle is attempting to contact the restaurant's owners for comment. 

Topics:  fine dining toowomba veraison


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