A diner has revealed the moment staff had to evacuate customers as a fire engulfed their Michelin starred restaurant. Around 40 firefighters spent hours battling the blaze at the Star Inn on Wednesday night, leaving the North Yorkshire eatery in "ashes".
Teesside Live reported that pictures taken the following morning details how the 14th-century building's roof had been completely destroyed. Read more: The venue revealed that staff had been left "devastated" while one customer who was eating there has spoken of the drama that unfolded while finishing his meal. "We were dining in there and it was after 10pm.
There was a few of us left at one end of the restaurant," said Martin Cook. "Next thing we know a couple have come back in and thatRead more on manchestereveningnews.co.uk