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Lucky Onion is behind top Cheltenham restaurant’s relocation plans

A move to a new premises is on the menu for one of Cheltenham's top restaurants.

Award-winning Indian restaurant Prithvi, which opened in the spa town six years ago, is set to open in one of the Luck Onion Group hotel's.

That hotel will be No.38 The Park, part of the former fashion retail boss Julian Dunkerton's post-Supergroup chain of Gloucestershire hotels and pubs.

Prithvi, which is owned by Jay Rahman, is no stranger to No.38 The Park, having appeared there as a pop-up restaurant in May.

As is the way these days, the announcement was made through social media by the restaurant business and by No.38 The Park via its Instagram page.

Neither are wasting any time, with the new arrangement beginning from tomorrow (Tuesday, December 4).

The Lucky Onion Group currently consists of five boutique hotels and country inns in the Cotwolds.

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