Café Rouge Salford Quays has unveiled a beautifully redesigned bistro with a theme that pays tribute to great French artists.
Diners will now be greeted at the entrance to the restaurant by a stunning mural inspired by famous Salfordian painter LS Lowry and the great French artists of the movement era. A collection of the artist’s work is also displayed to the rear of the restaurant. The new theme is ideal for a restaurant situated in the shadows of a gallery dedicated to Lowry and his work.
As well as the new look, the 232 cover bistro is pleased to present a brand new menu, featuring the most authentic and classic dishes yet. Executive Chef Duncan McEwan has explored 25 years of Café Rouge menus and French cuisine – from their debut offering in 1989 right through to current French food trends.
Restaurant manager Tony Withington said: “The new look restaurant is truly stunning, and sparks the start of a new era for us at Salford Quays. We have a great team at here at the restaurant who are dedicated to providing quality service and catering to the needs of our patrons."