Milestones opens at Guildford Town Centre

SURREY — Guildford Town Centre’s newest tenant officially opened its doors on Wednesday evening (Dec. 10).

The 53rd restaurant in the Milestones chain is located on the 104th Avenue side of the shopping mall.

Surrey MLAs Peter Fassbender and Amrik Virk were on hand for a ribbon-cutting ceremony.

A cheque for $1,637 was given to Surrey Food Bank as a donation by staff of the restaurant, which features a circular bar, lounge and dining room seating for up to 214 guests.

“We are ecstatic about opening our newest location in North Surrey," stated Kent Melnychuk, general manager of the restaurant. "Our chef, Rajan Kumar, has a passion for the plate and a strong focus on quality and safety. We have hired the best of the best in the industry to ensure guest satisfaction and an unparalleled dining experience at our Guildford Town Centre location."

The first Milestones restaurant opened 25 years ago on Denman Street in Vancouver. The chain is owned by Cara Operations Limited.

 

 

 

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