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Kelly's Kitchen

Kelly's Kitchen
Locations:18 roadside restaurants
Associated names:Petrofina
Removed:1991
Predecessors:none
Successors:Little Chef
Kelly's Kitchen.
The Kelly's Kitchen logo.

Kelly's Kitchen was a waitress service restaurant chain with 18 branches by 1989.

They were developed by Norfolk House and Petrofina, providing food and fuel, and became a rival to Little Chef. Their restaurants were all built to the same style with red brick built buildings, traditional cottage-style windows, tiled roofs which came down over the tops of the external walls and large funnel-like chimneys.

The brand was bought out by Bass, who were themselves purchased by Trusthouse Forte. Kelly's Kitchen had a number of outstanding planning permissions which were included in the sale.

Forte changed all the restaurants to become Little Chefs.

Locations[edit]

Kelly's Kitchen operated at the following locations:

In 1998, Petrofina proposed a petrol station and motorists' restaurant at Swanley. This could have been another planned Kelly's Kitchen, but the plan was refused. Another Kelly's Kitchen was planned for Wincanton on the A303, where the KFC now is.