Brasserie Blanc now open in Chichester, West Sussex
Raymond Blanc, celebrated Chef & Founder of the successful Brasserie Blanc chain, has opened his 9th Brasserie in the historic City of Chichester.
The French Brasserie & Bar is located in the pretty, cobbled courtyard behind St Pancras Church at the end of East Street in a prestigious development called The Square.
Following in the footsteps of its sister restaurants, located in key provincial towns and cities, Brasserie Blanc has something for everyone. Whether it’s a family celebration or a business lunch, guests can enjoy classic French food in a warm, relaxed and friendly atmosphere. The 125-seater restaurant will have a simple, yet stylish interior with wooden floors, banquette seating and artwork from renowned artist Jenny Muncaster. Al Fresco dining on the terrace is also available for guests during the warmer months.
Raymond Blanc’s menu inspired by his mother, Maman Blanc, offers a selection of French classics, as well as modern dishes, made with fresh, quality, seasonal ingredients at affordable prices. Dishes from the menu will include: slow cooked beef and red wine with smooth mash; Pork & Armagnac prune terrine, Burgundian snails in garlic herb butter; Raymond’s smoked haddock, leek and Gruyere fish cakes & the all time favourite dessert – Flaming Baked Alaska
Wines will be predominantly French, sourced directly by Raymond from vineyards across France. In addition to the a la carte menu, a Dine with Wine Menu is available and includes two courses with a glass of red or white wine (Lunch £12.50 / Dinner £16.00).
Raymond Blanc commented: “I am delighted to have opened another Brasserie Blanc in such a beautiful and historic city and am very much looking forward to being part of this thriving community. Only a stone’s throw away from all the little shops, our Brasserie is tucked behind a pretty, cobbled courtyard, behind St Pancras Church. On behalf of Brasserie Blanc, we very much look forward to welcoming both locals and tourists to experience our hospitality.”
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