A converted 1920s cinema, this restaurant has opulent Art Deco features, such as mosaic tiles and a glided staircase, while the original film projectors and early vending machines are a lovely touch. The busy kitchen is the star of the restaurant and can be seen from every table. Luckily, the modern British food is so good that it holds your attention from the theatrics and decor.
18-20 Suffolk Parade, Cheltenham GL50 2AE
+44 (0)1242 700 055MAP
Save room for the amuse-bouches and pre-desserts which will embellish your chosen courses at this unassuming and relaxed restaurant. The influences of the amazing chefs, with whom the head chef trained with, are evident, making it a very exciting dining experience.
Clarence Parade, Cheltenham GL50 3PA
+44 (0)1242 222 200MAP
Offering the 'can-can' of dining experiences, Brasserie Blanc offers relaxed yet atmospheric dining. Simply cooked dishes inspired by the mother of Raymond Blanc, proves to be as enjoyable as it is delicious.
The Queen's Hotel, The Promenade, Cheltenham GL50 1NN
+44 (0)1242 266 800MAP