KIDDERMINSTER’S eagerly-awaited French restaurant will open its doors on 30 June 2017 after a major face lift to bring a Parisian dining experience to the town. 

Situated in the new Riverside Walk retail and leisure development, the independently-owned restaurant group offers great value French food such as Confit de canard, the bestselling Boeuf bourguignon maison and, of course, steak-frites.

The town is undergoing significant regeneration and this new addition to the food and drink scene will bring up to 50 new jobs to the area. 

Rob Beacham, co-owner for Bistrot Pierre, who started the business with school friend, John Whitehead, said: “We’re investing almost £1 million in our new premises which will transform one of the premier locations at Riverside Walk into a beautifully- styled French bistrot. As well as offering traditionally Parisan styled outdoor terrace seating too.

“We are looking forward to bringing our delicious French bistrot cooking to Kidderminster and I’m confident we’ll grow a loyal customer base in the area thanks to our popular seasonal menus which use the freshest ingredients and are carefully-prepared by our talented chefs daily.”

The popular lunchtime prix-fixe menu will be available seven days a week with prices from just £9.95 / £11.95 / £13.95 for one, two or three courses, as well as the two-course pre theatre menu which both change monthly. An A la carte menu is also available which changes seasonally.

Rob added: “Bistrot Pierre offers something for everyone, it’s the perfect place to catch up with friends and family, enjoy a romantic meal and treat the children. Our Menu Enfant offers our younger diners a two-course meal and soft drink for just £6.50 and comes with a 12-page hand drawn children’s activity pack to keep little ones entertained. 

“We are proud that the Bistrot Pierre family is growing and that we are creating job opportunities locally in a number of front and back of house roles. Kidderminster has a bright future and is set to be an up and coming area as other retailers and eateries are choosing to invest in the town too.”

Bistrot Pierre recently launched its loyalty app Mon Pierre Rewards, whereby customers earn points for every pound spent within each restaurant.