This Sensational French Bistrot Is Opening In Altrincham This Friday!

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Bistrot Pierre

Restaurant group Bistrot Pierre has been hard at work preparing for their two-floor restaurant opening in Altrincham this coming Friday (2nd December.)

And its new venue in the so-called Stamford Quarter is set to be a fabulous addition to the area's regeneration which has of late been witnessing major transformations on the food and drink scene.

The stylish two-floor restaurant opposite Marks and Spencer will have space for 170 diners and feature French-styled interiors and an open bar area downstairs for diners to relax - as well as outside seating.

Rob Beacham, co-owner of Bistrot Pierre has said:

“Altrincham is well-known locally as a foodie destination so we’re really excited to be joining a community that enjoys great food, especially in time for Christmas."

Katie Salisbury, general manager of the Stockton Heath Bistrot close by, commented that she's looking forward to the challenge of heading up the Altrincham team and welcomes their mouth-watering Winter warmer menu:

“The new Autumn/Winter menu includes the delicious Confit de Canard and our bestselling Boeuf bourguignon maison."

Bistrot Pierre Food

Bistrot Pierre’s ‘raison d’être’

The new venue is aiming for great value and fabulous French cooking; combining French bistrot classics with regional favourites at any time of the day.

A mix of artisan produce and carefully-sourced ingredients will be the order of the day and Altrincham's Bistrot Pierre will be open seven days a week offering breakfast, lunch and dinner. Gluten-free options and a child-friendly menu will also be available.

The privately-owned restaurant group currently has 16 bistrots across the UK in Bath, Birmingham, Cardiff, Derby, Harrogate, Ilkley, Leicester, Leamington Spa, Newport, Nottingham, Sheffield, Stockton Heath, Stratford, Plymouth, Torquay and Weston-Super-Mare.

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