Raymond Blanc’s The White Brasserie Company has shrugged off any Brexit concerns to launch the 20th site in its portfolio.
The chain, which aims to be a “family of British pubs with a French brasserie twist”, will open The Kings Arms in Prestbury, Cheltenham, on 9 December.
As the premises is set within a Grade II listed building, The Kings Arms has undergone an extensive refurbishment to sympathetically restore and refresh the historic pub.
The kitchen will serve up a range of fresh, seasonal French fare and Great British pub classics, with room for 100 covers.
Dishes will include smoked pork belly served with apple and crackling, paella valenciana with red mullet, British roast pheasant with girolle mushrooms and muscat pumpkin.