New independent brasserie to open in Cheltenham in March 2023

A renowned chef, who's worked with Gordon Ramsay and Raymond Blanc, is launching a brand-new modern French and British restaurant with a South Asian twist in Cheltenham, this March 2023.

By Zoe Gater  |  Published
Cheltenham's thriving food scene is about to gain another exciting new brasserie, opening in March 2023.

Adding to Cheltenham's already vibrant foodie scene, a brand-new brasserie is set to open on the high street this March 2023. 

The new eatery, La Petite Brasserie, will take over the building that previously housed Café Moochoo, promising to serve up elegant dishes with a menu touring modern French and British cuisine, with a South Asian influence.

The brasserie is set to be headed by internationally renowned executive chef, Ram Jalasutram, who has worked with industry names such as Gordon Ramsay, Alain Ducasse and Raymond Blanc, claiming guests 'can expect gastronomic excellence every time'.

Open seven days a week, from 11.30am until 11pm, the new dining hot spot is set to feature plush décor, with quality service and cooking to ensure 'meals live long in the memory'.

Guests will be able to choose from a variety of menus including those detailing a seasonally-driven seven course feast, Sunday roasts, afternoon teas, prix fixe, or a la carte, featuring dishes such as seared sea bass with fennel, potato, black olives and bouillabaisse; native blue lobster; and fregola sarda risotto.

La Petite Brasserie is due to open on Thursday 9 March 2023.

For more information, call La Petite Brasserie on (01242) 243000.

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