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cheltonian review Cheltonian Review: Chelsea Brasserie A LittleTaste of London The Cheltonian will look to feature a number of Cheltenham’s


Restaurants over the comingmonths andColumnist LloydParsons has been to get things started by visiting the Chelsea Brasserie…


Cheltenhamis awash with restaurants, bars and cafes so for any establishment setting up in our town the competition for customers is fierce and the opportunity vast, so what is the Chelsea Brasserie all about?Well, quite simply this restaurant is as per our title, a little taste of London.With its dark and sultry interior décor, panelledwalls lined with wine bottles, the Chelsea Brasserie takes you straight to London with a feeling of being in a high-end establishment on the waterfront of the Thames. Combining a contemporary


cocktail bar and seating area with blue neon, the Chelsea Brasserie creates a big city feeling with music in the background and a teamof cocktail bar staff to mix, shake and pour a little something towelcome you and your friends.Ordering a Manhattan at the cocktail bar when it’s busy could certainly reflect the feeling of the vibrant and livelyNYC. Restaurant ManagerSammy Badat


ensures that her teamlook after you fromthe minute you step in off of the street and our experiencewas a reflection of that with good service and brilliant food. Themenuof the Chelsea Brasserie certainly has something for everyone and combines great flavour with delicate presentation, care and attention to detail.


In a conversation with Restaurant


ManagerSammy and Head Chef Lewis Babbage, I asked what the idea was behind themenuat Chelsea Brasserie – “Well really it’s to provide good quality British and European Cuisine is the main aim of whatwe try and do here”.Wanting to knowa little more about the chef I asked what Lewis’ favourite dishwas to cook fromthemenuandwas told that Duck formed his personal favourite dish to serve to customers, but if cooking for himself then he’d always opt forJumboKing Prawns. It’s certainly clear that within this broad menuand offeringwe are spoiled for choice as guests and that freedomof choice results in only one thing… more wine aswe deliberate which dishes to have. After three great courses and


brilliant service it’s fair to say The Chelsea Brasserie does a good job of combining a refined establishment


with a relaxed and social atmosphere, making it a great place to grab a fewdrinks and have dinner with friends. Jazz Nights form a regular Monday feature and the restaurant provides a number of other offers and promotions for customers to enjoy. All in all, Chelsea Brasserie gives a big city feel with its very contemporary interior and provides a broadmenudelivered with attention. It’s Chelsea Harbour in Regency Cheltenham.


ChelseaBar&Brasserie 60St George's Pl, Cheltenham GL503PN Tel: 01242 222634 www.chelseabrasserie.com


Reviewedby LloydJGParsons THECHELTONIAN JUNE 2017 55


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