Wednesday 24 July 2019

New Cheltenham restaurant Muse Brasserie announces opening date

Bringing its own blend of modern European fine dining to Cheltenham, Muse Brasserie will open its doors in May 2019.

Launching in Cheltenham’s St George’s Place, in the spot of the former Chelsea Brasserie, Muse Brasserie will open its doors on Thursday 2 May 2019.

The exciting and modern European restaurant says it will combine innovative flavours and with classic dishes, led by award-winning chef director Franck-Jean-Pierre Grillet.

Alongside his business partner, Limon Rahman – whose name you might recognise from Channel four’s Tips of the Restaurant Trade and ITV’s Britain’s Best Dish, the pair plan to take well-known European dishes and mix them with spices from the Far East.

Guests can expect a menu including blood orange glazed duck breast with baby vegetables and sweet potato mash; and cod lion with Bombay purple potatoes in a mildly spiced Moilee sauce.

Speaking about the launch, Chef Franck said: ‘Having worked in so many restaurants in France and England, the most satisfying thing for me was to see the contentment in the customers face after a meal.

‘For me, there is nothing more exciting and fulfilling than doing a job that I love. Muse Brasserie will be my first platform to showcase what I have been learning for the past three decades.’

Promising not to be elitist or too exclusive, the venue is opening at 60 St George’s Place in Cheltenham on Thursday 2 May 2019.

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Thursday 18 April 2019

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