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El Matador


We recently undertook a project to build from scratch an Argentinian restaurant in Sevenoaks.

Using the wide variety of skills and expertise on hand, our experienced team completed the job in less than 3 months, giving the client the very highest quality building that they can be proud of for years to come.

The El Matador Restaurant was a very challenging build, requiring patience and persistence given the fact that the building that was to be demolished was an old listed building.

Once demolished, our team of experienced builders got to work putting in drainage systems, the partitioning walls, the brickwork, plumbing, gas, electric and fire installations and the toilets.

Our team did not stop there however and soon set to work on building beautiful kitchens, bars, waiter stations and the most important room in a restaurant – the dining area.

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With fantastic oak and brick flooring to match, the results were spectacular and it is fair to say that the client was very satisfied with our hard work, professionalism and indeed the result itself.

Using our extensive landscaping knowledge and expertise, we were also able to provide the El Matador with a fantastic and extravagant entrance drive and patios.

Given this project encompassed the vast majority of our trade skills and expertise; it is a prime and excellent example of the product we can provide to our customers, no matter whether residential or commercial.

Please feel free to look at some of the photos of the work we carried out for the El Matador and indeed, the end results as well.

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