Gino D’Acampo retaliates, “All c**p!” as he clarifies the’restaurant liquidation’ situation.


‘All c**p!’ Gino D’Acampo retaliates as he clears the air on’restaurant liquidation.’

Following reports that his My Pasta Bar chain had gone into liquidation, GINO D’ACAMPO took to Instagram to clarify some claims about his restaurant business.

Chef Gino D’Acampo, 45, has spoken out about rumors about the future of his restaurant business following the liquidation of his Pasta Bar chain, according to reports.

In light of his 1.4 million Instagram followers, Gino took to Instagram after returning from vacation with his family to “set the record straight” on the claims.

“When I got back, I saw a lot of c**p about my restaurant,” the Italian chef began in a video from his home kitchen.

“It appears that my restaurant was in the process of going out of business.”

“Now, I usually don’t do things like this, but I figured I’d clear the air here.

“About ten years ago, I opened three little shops in the heart of London called Pasta Bar, which serves Italian food very quickly.”

“And we tried for ten years, and then Covid came along, and I realized we had to close.”

“It was pointless to pursue the idea, which, by the way, I adore and will pursue in another business.”

Despite his problems with the Pasta Bar, Gino went on to deny that the shops’ closures had anything to do with his restaurant, which he claims is still thriving.

“So the Pasta Bar business has nothing to do with my restaurant business, my import business, or any other business that I do; it’s a stand-alone business that’s going out of business,” he continued.

“We have to move on; that’s what business is all about – you win sometimes, you lose sometimes.”

“Now, let’s talk about the restaurant business, which is booming, to the point where I’ll be opening three mega sites this year and one in Italy!”

“Now, the other thing I want everyone to know is that I finally got it! I’ve always wanted to open a restaurant in Alderley Edge, and two days ago, we did it! I opened the restaurant!”

“Now, if you live in the area, you may recall that the restaurant used to be known as Piccolino, so I kicked it out.

“Brinkwire News Summary.”


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