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The Derby outlet, which opened in the Intu Derby shopping centre in 2013 will close with immediate effect.
The news comes after Giraffe Concepts, owned by food industry tycoon Ranjit Boparan, struck a deal to buy the chain through a pre-pack administration for an undisclosed sum.
Tom Crowley, managing director of Giraffe Concepts, said: "Ed's Easy Diner has been an integral part of the UK casual dining scene for the past four decades and we are very excited about the business joining the group and the opportunities ahead." The Ed's Easy Diner restaurant in the Intu Derby shopping centre first opened for business in December, 2013, when the centre was owned and operated by Westfield.
The 80-cover 1950s-inspired restaurant, on level one of the centre, serves breakfast, lunch and dinner - including hamburgers, hot dogs, pancakes and milk shakes.
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The deal saves more than 700 jobs - but another 379 will go at the restaurants that will close.
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