Does Raymond Blanc own Brasserie Blanc?
In 1996, Raymond opened his first Le Petit Blanc brasserie in Oxford. More brasseries followed. In 2006 the group was re-launched as Brasserie Blanc and there are now some 20 restaurants across England. The brasseries offer French classics and modern dishes, all made with fresh and seasonal ingredients.
Who is Brasserie Blanc owned by?
Brasserie Bar Co, which owns the French chain Brasserie Blanc and the pub group White Brasserie, is understood to be close to selling itself to Alchemy Partners, the private equity firm founded by Jon Moulton. The deal, with Alchemy paying up to £50 million, is expected to complete in the coming weeks.
What has replaced Brasserie Blanc in Bristol?
D&D London to replace Brasserie Blanc with massive new restaurant and event space – Bristol Live.
Who is the best chef in France?
The 10 Best French Chefs You Need To Know About
- Jean-Christophe Novelli.
- Alain Passard.
- Raymond Blanc.
- Paul Bocuse.
- Anne-Sophie Pic.
- Hélène Darroze.
- Pierre Hermé
- Rougui Dia.
Who is Raymond Blanc married to?
Jenny BlancRaymond Blanc / Spouse (m. 1976–1985)
Which is the best French restaurant in Cheltenham?
French Restaurant in Cheltenham | Brasserie Blanc | Open every day A welcoming dining experience with Brasserie Blanc Cheltenham. An authentic French restaurant located in The Promenade.
What is Brasserie Blanc?
Brasserie Blanc is the brainchild of world-renowned French chef, Raymond Blanc. Brasserie Blanc restaurants specialise in delicious French cuisine, prepared by a team of highly-skilled chefs, under the watchful eye of the inimitable Monsieur Blanc.
What makes BB Cheltenham so special?
‘Tis the season to be jolly! A light, airy and truly gorgeous space, BB Cheltenham is a truly special space in which to spend time. A gorgeous Regency ballroom has been transformed into a delightful dining room where you can enjoy deliciously seasonal dishes.
How can I find out about allergens at Brasserie Blanc?
There is a complete allergen menu available for download on the Brasserie Blanc website, so you can see exactly which allergens are in every dish on the set menu. If you need any further advice about allergens or you have a special requirement, speak to your local restaurant when booking a table.