A new look and a new name for Eton cafe

The Zero 3 cafe in Eton High Street has reopened – with a new name and a new owner.

The cafe went up for sale when the previous owner David decided to retire after running it for five years.

New owner Dion Hales has refurbished it and reopened as the Eaten Cafe.

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Tim Widdows from Christie and Co which handled the sale said: “Due to its strong location in Eton, we received a good amount of interest from a range of operators. We are thrilled that it was taken on by a well-known operator such as Dion, who will no doubt thrive with his new venture.”

The Eaten Cafe will remain in business during the new lockdown – by providing takeaway meals until a more normal situation returns.

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