Le Bistrot Pierre To Open in Bath


Le Bistrot Pierre To Open in Bath

Le Bistrot Pierre To Open in Bath

The city of Bath will be welcoming yet another eatery next month when independently-owned French restaurant, Le Bistrot Pierre, opens its doors to the public.

The restaurant, which has been designed by Devon-based architects Gillespie Yunnie, is situated in a Grade II-listed Georgian townhouse on George Street. Many of the property's period features are included in the design, such as the central fireplace and original cornice, along with some of the traditional décor. The building has a new extension, which according to the architects will feature a more modern design.

Le Bistrot Pierre specialises in great value authentic French cuisine, with chefs using provincial ingredients to prepare each dish. The new restaurant will boast an open-plan dining area and a theatre kitchen, which will be situated in the building's rear annex.

Co-founder of Le Bistrot Pierre, Robert Beacham, admitted that "Bath had been in our sights for some time." He said that each restaurant boasts a unique design that complements the building in which it is situated. "Whilst our look changes between each bistrot, customers can expect the same personal, attentive service and high quality French cookery to enjoy every day," he said.

The new Bath opening will be Le Bistrot Pierre's thirteenth site, as well as the first site in Somerset. After securing a multi-million pound capital financing deal, the brand is looking to expand further and open another seven sites by 2018.

Over 30 staff will work in the new Bath restaurant, with owners currently looking for chefs, kitchen porters and waiting staff to join the team. HospitalityGEM are proud be Le Bistrot Pierre's partner, working with them to help improve their Guest Experience Management and grow their business.

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