Restaurateur Patrick Guilbaud has partnered with Brown Thomas in Dublin to design a new menu for the retailer's main restaurant.
Chief executive of Brown Thomas Stephen Sealey told The Irish Times that Patrick Guilbaud is working as a consultant on the project and is overseeing and designing the menu.
The main restaurant, which is located on the third floor of the Grafton Street store, is undergoing a €90,000 upgrade which will be completed in around a week. The restaurant was previously operated by Capital Foods but will now be operated by KSG which is a catering company owned by DCC. According to the paper, the focus will be on affordable dining using Irish ingredients, particularly seafood.
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The cafe in BT2 on Grafton Street is also being replaced by a juice bar, operated by Domini and Peaches Kemp, which will be called Alchemy. The bar is due to open in a matter of weeks.