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EE SIM CARDCARDSIMFREEYOURGETTOHOW 6 days to go For information about our next free adults-only evening visit: Soul food diner saved by Ramsay shuts down Restaurantsdefyrecession Freshevidence inMillysmurder LONDONS restaurants are surviving the recession with the lowest rate of closures in almost a decade. Sixty-four restaurants closed in the past 12 months -- the lowest since 2000. Peter Harden, co- publisher of Hardens London Restaurants, which carried out the research, said: Everyone thought Londons restaurants were in for a bloodbath in 2009, but it just didnt happen. He said it may have been thanks to the cheap deals on offer. by GEORGINA LITTLEJOHN WehadnohelpaftertheTVbroadcast,saysowner heReS FOUR MORe OF gORdOnS nIghTMAReS Killed in 2002: Milly Dowler Loves fish restaurant, Brighton 2007. Formerly Ruby Tates -- Ramsay convinced them to change the name. What Ramsay said: Meal -- disgusting, total cost 175. Bad food at rip-off prices. Its almost like the chef has given up and fallen out of love with fish. Was someone sick on the walls? What happened: the restaurant folded at the end of last year. What owner Allan Love said: Ramsay leaves a little guy in the s**t and just makes himself look great. saracens cafe Bar, cheLmsford 2005. Formerly D-Place, it was renamed by Ramsay. What Ramsay said: I have never known a Frenchman to make such a s**t crme brle in all my life. Were here on Valentines night and all I can hear is the f**king chef shouting in the kitchen. Awful food. What happened: the venue went into receivership. What Saracens chef Philippe Blaise said: We had so many people complaining [about the new menu] and sales dropped by half. BLack PearL seafood restaurant, new York Screened in US last September. What Ramsay said: Disgusting. And, referring to the owner, he said: Ive never met an individual so full of s**t in my life. What happened: the restaurant closed a month later. What the owners said: co-owner Dave Leonard described Ramsay as a potty-mouthed teabag. All three owners wrote a letter online which said: The changes Ramsay made were the direct cause of a 50 per cent drop in revenues. J wiLLYs BarBeque house, indiana Screened in US last October. What Ramsay said: The food sucks. Even frozen food is handled badly. What happened: the restaurant closed down in February. What owner John Ittenbach said: Gordon Ramsay has had a profound effect on my management style, which included making everything we serve fresh and to never lower our standards. This approach gets called into question when operating in survival mode, as we were. Soul non-survivor: Charita and a staff member with Gordon Ramsay in 2004 POLICE investigating the murder of schoolgirl Milly Dowler are to interview convicted killer Levi Bellfield about new evidence. A file naming Bellfield as Millys killer is to be presented to prosecution lawyers next week. It contains evidence which detectives hope will link the killer with the 13-year-olds death. Bellfield, 41, was jailed for life last year for the murder of students Marsha McDonnell, 19, and Amelie Delagrange, 22, in south-west London. The former nightclub bouncer and wheel- clamper was also convicted of the attempted murder of Kate Sheedy, 18. He killed his victims by hitting them from behind with a hammer and attacked near bus stops. He was arrested over Millys death four years ago. Milly vanished while walking home from school in Walton-on- Thames in March 2002. THE soul food restaurant hailed as Gordon Ramsays biggest Kitchen Night- mares success has been forced to shut. Momma Cherris, one of the first res- taurants to be saved by the chef, is now in the hands of administrators who asked staff to leave and changed the locks. Owner Charita Jones, 54, said the Channel 4 TV programme was initially good for trade, but that she received no help after the programme aired in 2004. There is no aftercare to tell you how to deal with the business, she said. I upgraded to a much bigger property because of the initial demand, when I should have stayed put. The restaurant in Brighton was put into administration in December 2007, but continued trading until last month under a licence held by a company set up by Mrs Joness daughter, Katryna Thomas-Shell. Administrators Baker Tilly said they had not received any offers for the business. Mrs Jones added: Momma Cherri may be gone as a restaurant but the brand still exists. I will be back. Our concept is good -- we are the only real soul food restau- rant in Britain. At weekends we were packed, but we were losing money during the week. A spokesman for Gordon Ramsay said: In Kitchen Nightmares, what Gordon cant do is raise new finance, hire differ- ent personnel or enforce some of the fundamental changes he recommends. 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