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The Chester Grosvenor closes all-day dining restaurant to undergo £350k refurbishment

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Five-star hotel The Chester Grosvenor has closed its all-day dining restaurant for four weeks to complete a £350k refurbishment.

The hotel’s Le Brasserie eatery will be redesigned with new Art Deco inspired interiors and will launch a new Champagne bar, which will be a first for the city of Chester.

The 2 AA Rosette restaurant, which is now closed and will reopen on February 1 with its new look, will also be given a revived menu overseen by Michelin-starred chef Simon Radley and his team.

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General manager of The Chester Grosvenor, Richard Grove, comments: “With its fantastic location and views of the much admired Eastgate Clock, La Brasserie is a destination restaurant, enjoyed by many. 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.”

“We saw a gap in the market for a luxurious, city-centre Champagne bar and felt that La Brasserie was the perfect location to offer something really special to Chester. 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.”

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