Last month, The Standard reported that two applications had been submitted to Boston Borough Council in relation to The Still, in Market Place – one for change of use, the other for the installation of extraction flues.
The paper approached agents Neil Dowlman Architecture for a comment about the plans, but the response did not come through in time for that week’s paper.
In it, owner and proprietor Gizem Toprak said: “We are a family-run business that has a passion for making delicious food.
"Upon talking to locals, we quickly realised that The Still has a historical importance and is cherished as a part of the heritage of Boston. We take pride in using this space to welcome and serve food to the locals and everyone else who also shares a passion for great food.
“We will specialise in serving a taste of the Mediterranean and Middle East, with a variety of foods prepared over a charcoal grill. The menu caters to a variety of people with many exciting tapas style mezes. The restaurant also has a bar with a seating area that not only has beverages to accompany the food, but also for anyone who might just fancy a drink.
"We are very excited to open, and welcome everyone to pop in.”
The applications are currently listed by Boston Borough Council as ‘not yet determined’.