Pachangas Restaurant to Close

Pachangas, the Mexican restaurant on Duke Street will be closing their doors on Sunday 17 September after trading for nearly 10 years.
The restaurant moved from Marlow to Henley and opened in April 2014.
On Facebook the owners wrote, “It is with sadness that we are announcing that we will be closing next week, with our last trading evening to be Sunday 17 September. The viability of running the business has diminished, and post covid we have dealt with a declining economy and ultimately meant that continuing is not an option. We are so grateful to our team and customers for supporting our business for the last decade and we will look back with fond memories. We hope to see you all one last time before we close. Those with vouchers can redeem these before we close or contact for a refund.
Carlos, Aishling and the Pachangas team xx”
Many customers commented on the sad closure including Phil Booth who said, “This is very sad, however during our recent visit you said how difficult it was to keep the business going! On behalf of our family, I would like to pass on my sincere thanks for helping us make some very happy memories! We wish you all the best for the future!…and we will try to come before you close!”
1 comment
  1. John thompson says:

    I’m glad to see them go. The owners partner Carlos assaulted me after I complained about the drinks price increase, and the owner destroyed the video footage to hide evidence from the Police, despite me telling her to expect a visit as I was putting in a complaint. She watched it happen so knew it was incriminating.

    They have been losing money for years judging by the appalling looking accounts, and frankly deserve to.

    Good riddance.


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