The new restaurant, located near Stockport will open towards the end of July, promising “everything you would expect from a traditional steakhouse, but with the superior quality synonymous from arguably Britain’s greatest chef”.
Pierre White’s new restaurant follows meetings between owner Golam Sarwar, who acquired the hotel in 2015 and remains the main shareholder, Assured Hotels, which manages the venue on a day-to-day basis and representatives from Black and White Hospitality who manage the Marco Pierre White restaurant estate.
Sarwar said: “We’re absolutely thrilled to have someone of Marco’s calibre open one of his steakhouse restaurants at the Bredbury Hall Hotel. It clearly demonstrates our commitment to continually bring the best to the venue and we can’t wait for the summer.
“Over the years, Bredbury Hall has built an enviable reputation as being a first-class venue for celebrations, weddings, events and conferences. The seven acres of landscaped gardens and scenic walking trails makes it the perfect locations for corporate, group and leisure travellers who prefer a relaxing ambience over the bustle and distractions of a city centre hotel. The arrival of Marco will now reinforce this position.”
The menu has been curated by Pierre White himself and includes a mix of “childhood favourites and modern-day delicacies which uses the freshest ingredients”.
Mathew Griffin, managing director of Assured Hotels, added: “We are very proud to be opening a Marco Pierre White Steakhouse Bar and Grill and look forward to working closely with the MPW Restaurants team to make this new venue a huge success.
“For Marco one of the most important aspects of any restaurant is the welcome on arrival, the environment customers sit in and the service that they’re given so we’ll make sure the new restaurant will reflect that. It’s not stuffy or pretentious, just good food served in a great environment.
“It again raises the bar in terms of what people can come to expect at restaurants in the region and we look forward to welcoming guests when it opens. It is also great news for the area as a whole and we hope it will attract more people to the region who will see for themselves why Cheshire is such a great place.”