In a new article, Andrea Sillano of Sillanes Kitchen explains how to fix an Athena table that had been damaged by an explosion during the restaurant’s renovation.
“After the fire was extinguished, I started to do some work and my hands got burnt.
I was very upset and thought maybe I should have used my own hands to repair it,” Ms Sillanos told The Times.
“Then, as soon as I was able to do the work, I thought, ‘Oh my god, what have I done?'”
Ms Sillsano is now working on a plan to fix the table.
“I was able, from a safety point of view, to use my own hand to repair the table,” she said.
“It took about 15 minutes to do that.”
The table was rebuilt in September last year after an explosion in the kitchen of the restaurant.
Ms Silleros said the restaurant had been in a state of disrepair since the fire.
“We’ve been doing this renovation for a while and when I heard that the restaurant was still in a bad state, I said, ‘OK, let’s start looking at repairing this table’,” she said, adding that it was the first time she had seen the Athena.
“When I first started working on the project, I used my hands to do it, but I also used my bare hands, and I thought maybe that would be OK.”
I started with using my bare fingers, which is really risky because you could end up burning yourself.
“Ms Sillingos and her team used a vacuum cleaner to vacuum up the debris, but were unable to remove the metal pieces.
The table is now fully repaired and Ms Sillo hopes to reopen in a month.
The Athena, a restaurant on the corner of King Street and South Broadway, is the third restaurant to have a table destroyed by fire.
“There was no fire in the building, it was just smoke, and that’s the extent of it. “
They both recovered, and the restaurant has been able to reopen and reopen,” she told The Australian.
The owner of Athena cafe has not been named but Ms Banchroft hopes to identify the people responsible for the blaze. “
The building is currently being inspected and we’ll get to know the owners and the owners’ staff, so we can get some answers as to what caused the fire.”
The owner of Athena cafe has not been named but Ms Banchroft hopes to identify the people responsible for the blaze.
“Hopefully, the owner of this cafe and his family will come forward,” she added.
“If it was someone else, we’d be more than happy to come forward.”
The Canberra Fire Brigade has been investigating the cause of the fire since April, and is seeking CCTV footage from the area.
For more information about Canberra Fire Services, contact Canberra Fire Squad at 1800 545 000.