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Aubaine To Open Manchester Restaurant

Upmarket eatery pitches up at Selfridges

Written by . Published on October 7th 2011.


Aubaine To Open Manchester Restaurant

RESTAURANT chain Aubaine is looking to bring a bit of Parisian chic to Manchester as it expands beyond London for the first time.

"Aubaine, which is French for ‘bargain’, offers a menu of typically French dishes that will set you back between £10.95 and £21.50 for a main course."

The fancy French eatery will open two restaurants in Selfridges at Exchange Square later this year. 

Le Restaurant is due to open on the 2nd floor of the department store in November.

The press release says it prides itself on it 'informal, relaxed approach to dining and an enticing menu,' which includes including lobster linguine to pigs cheek with dijon mustard.”

They will also have a range of cocktails for those looking to indulge.

Due to open in late November, on the lower ground floor of Selfridges, Le Café will boast a 'stylish Art Deco inspired look'.

With its lighter menu, consisting of freshly baked pattiserie options and a 'range of tempting, fresh simple dishes', Aubaine hopes Le Café will complement its upstairs neighbour perfectly. 

Aubaine, which is French for ‘bargain’, offers a menu of typically French dishes that will set you back between £10.95 and £21.50 for a main course.

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AnonymousOctober 7th 2011.

Sounds good but hardly a bargain!

AnonymousOctober 10th 2011.

sod this we want a Cote

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