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Mamasan to open new restaurant at Liverpool One

Mamasan’s latest restaurant, due to be unveiled once national lockdown restrictions are eased, will see a complete refit of the unit into a brasserie-style setting, designed to accommodate up to 200 covers

South East Asian bar and brasserie, Mamasan, has announced it is to open a new restaurant at Liverpool One.

The restaurant, which focuses on elevated dining, drinks and music, has signed for a 6,875 sq ft space.

Founded by Brad Stevens, the creator of culinary concepts Bar Soba and Pizza Punks, Mamasan’s launch at Liverpool One will mark the brand’s second opening. In line with the Glasgow site that opened in 2020, the Mamasan bar and brasserie at Liverpool One will provide South East Asian inspired cuisine and cocktails, prepared fresh to order.

Mamasan’s latest restaurant, due to be unveiled once national lockdown restrictions are eased, will see a complete refit of the unit into a brasserie-style setting, designed to accommodate up to 200 covers.

Mamasan said it will also take advantage of the site’s mezzanine floor and panoramic roof terrace to combine outdoor and indoor dining and bar capabilities.

Brad Stevens, founder of Mamasan, added: “With nationally-established names such as Bar Soba and Pizza Punks already under my belt, I am looking forward to now turning my attention to expanding the unique Mamasan concept.

“The gap in the market for this kind of experiential dining in Liverpool, combined with the discovery of this attractive and versatile space at Liverpool One, made this an opportunity too good to pass up. It’s been great to have Grosvenor’s support in adapting and preparing Mamasan’s concept for Liverpool One, and we can’t wait to open and deliver the best in elevated South East Asian inspired dining.”

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