Chester Grosvenor closes restaurant for £350k revamp

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Chester Grosvenor closes restaurant for £350k revamp

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The Chester Grosvenor hotel has closed its La Brasserie restaurant for a £350,000 refurbishment, which will see the launch of the city-centre’s only champagne bar.

The 2-AA-Rosette dining room is shut for four weeks and will reopen with art deco-inspired interiors and a new brass and quartz bar stocking a range of champagnes, spirits and cocktails.

The five-star Cheshire hotel is also home to Simon Radley at The Chester Grosvenor, which has held a Michelin star since 1990.

The relaunched La Brasserie will offer a new menu developed by Radley and his brigade.

Richard Grove, general manager of The Chester Grosvenor, says the hotel saw a ‘gap in the market’ for a ‘luxurious’ bar in the city.

"We believe that our new plans will go above and beyond people’s expectations and we are more than excited to re-open our doors to not only our existing and loyal guests, but new ones too," says Grove.

“We’ve had these plans in the pipeline for quite a while so it’s great to see them finally coming to fruition. 2018 is going to be a very exciting year indeed."

La Brasserie is scheduled to reopen on 1 February.

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