A Michelin-starred restaurant caught fire in the UK

(CNN) – restaurant Michelin star north EnglandHoused in a 14th-century building, it was badly damaged after its thatched roof caught fire.

Harome’s Star Inn caught fire on Wednesday at 10:13 p.m. local time (5:13 p.m. ET), according to the North Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service.

The restaurant, which is located in the town of Harum in the county of North Yorkshire, has posted about the incident on social media.

The building dates back to the 14th century.
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The restaurant wrote in Facebook post“Fortunately, no one was injured,” she added.

The staff also posted on Twitter.

“It’s been a long night so far… I’m afraid we won’t be open for a while because we’re turning to ashes,” We refer to a tweetWhich includes a short video clip of firefighters working to control the flames.

Firefighters from the North Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service used nine trucks, an aerial ladder platform and other equipment to fight the flames, according to a statement.

“The fire that broke out in the thatched roof of the building caused severe damage to the roof and roof,” he said.

“The crews worked hard to prevent the fire from spreading along the thatched roof, which means that one end of the roof and the ground floor escaped the fire.”

The service confirmed that all passengers were outside the property when the equipment arrived. The cause of the fire is still unknown.

Owner Andrew Byrne told BBC Radio that the property “had no chance” when it caught fire.
“It means a lot,” Byrne said of the building, fighting back tears.

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It will take about a year to reopen the main dining room, Byrne said.

The Harome Star Inn is located on the edge of North York Moors National Park. It received a star from the Michelin Guide, which praised the restaurant’s “luxurious and upscale ambiance” along with its “themed bar” that resembles a local pub.

“This is a place that proudly defends its homeland,” says the guide, praising Chef Steve Smith’s ability to use local ingredients “to create rich, inviting and flavorful dishes with a classic base and modern undertones.”

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