Chester dining quarter well on its way

A new £8m complex for cuisine in Cheshire is set to open in time for the summer, with a ‘sky bar’ being one of its main attractions.

The new development, which will be located on Pepper Street in Chester, will witness four restaurants being opened to begin with.

A number of guests were recently invited to tour the Pepper Street site in order to view the progress of the project, which will see over 25,000 sq ft of luxury built kitchens in Chester. The dining quarter will be constructed on the site of former retail premises and will contain lots of outdoor eating space, including the sky bar. This will consist of a rooftop restaurant called ‘Las Iguanas’, which will offer South American food.

Speaking to the invited guests, Roger Gorham, the director of the co-owners of the development, Bride Hall, said:

“I’m really excited how we are hoping to change this really important area of Chester. You can see by removing the frontage of what was the Habitat space, the creation of individual buildings means you get much better sight lines of the chapel. And the whole site is in clear view of the walls.”

Next door to the Las Iguanas restaurant will be a two-storey establishment called ‘The Restaurant Bar and Grill’, while next to that will be a ground-floor kitchen called ‘Coast to Coast’, which will feature an American theme. The final restaurant will be Chimichanga, a two-storey, Mexican-themed eatery.

Posted by Peter
February 5, 2015

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