A new tenant was allowed to get an indoor lodge cafe in Palmer Park, Eastern Reading.
Tutu's Ethiopian table will take over the former shalboards cafe, which was closed in 2017.
It is located near the park playground at the end of the Vocational Road. This is handled by the Tuent Melanie award.
Counselor Sara Hacker, who is the chief member of Cultural, Heritage and Recreation, said: "In our Community Notification process, we found a new tenant dues for the Palma Cafe earlier this year.
"I'm famous for reading his delicious Ethiopian wages, the first to reopen in 2019 and wait for a visit to Cafe.
"A big thank you to all those who have contributed to this happening, and the new Cafe will benefit the local community."
The Council's officers are now trying to rehabilitate the use of the building. New café will soon open a new café.
In 1991, Melaca was transferred to Reading, after growing in Addis Ababa, the capital of Ethiopia.
Their cooking was rewarded. The 2013 Innovative Business Award from the Football and Habeas Business Association in the Priyad of Redding Awards, an award-winning organization in Ethiopian businesses in the UK, Reading Food Hero and the Best Retail Lifestyle 2013 retail awards.
This menu includes meat and vegetable sugars serving Ethiopian traditional pancakes.
"I understand that Reading Borough Council will give me this opportunity to expand my Ethiopian list to this amazing new place at Palmer Park Café.
"I would like to welcome my new and old customers to my new Veneration, where I offer my Ethiopian diet, hot summers and snacks."
In 1891 the first Pavilion Refractory Room was opened. Cafe still has the original kitchen and kitchen.
In the early 2018s, the council started a Community Expert Service.