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Chance to meet chef Raymond Blanc in Cheltenham

Where: Brasserie Blanc, Promenade, Cheltenham GL50 1NN

When: Tuesday, December 3, 1pm

On Tuesday, December 3, renowned chef Raymond Blanc OBE will be visiting his Brasserie Blanc restaurant in Cheltenham, treating diners to signed copies of his new book.

Anyone who books a table for lunch will have the opportunity to "meet and greet" Raymond, as well as receive a personal message from him in the book The Lost Orchard - "a love letter to 100's of forgotten fruit varieties".

Diners can choose from the new Christmas menu full of authentic, delicious classics, including starters such as pumpkin, almond and kirsch soup, mains such as slow cooked beef bourguignon, and desserts including winter spiced bread.

Table bookings can be made in advance online at the Brasserie Blanc website or by calling 01242 266800.

Earlier in the day at 11.30am, Raymond Blanc will be hosting a private preview tour of The Kings Arms in Prestbury - The White Brasserie Company's 20th site opening on December 16.

The Kings Arms has undergone an extensive refurbishment to restore this historic pub, which will treat guests to French brasserie food with an English twist - "something a little different, somewhere reassuringly familiar".

Joining Raymond will be the inspirational interior stylist, design consultant and influencer, Dee Campling, and the award-winning head of design, Inge Watrobski.

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