Chester Bridge Street restaurant Bohème nears opening date

The owners of a new Chester restaurant have spoken about seeing an opportunity during a challenging time for hospitality and delivering a twist on classic dishes.

Bohème, located on Bridge Street, is an ambitious new project from long-time friends and business partners Andi Lowe-Smith and Ben Iles. The stylish restaurant is the latest in a long line of collaborations between the pair and will offer café-style dining, refined restaurant dishes, unique drinks options and a snack menu.

The idea for Bohème came from a lockdown walk around the city centre. Andi says that the pair had been waiting for the "right opportunity" and despite a very difficult period for hospitality, their "glass half full" outlook meant that both of them were convinced that this was it.

A local and national award-winning mixologist and Michelin kitchen trained chef, Andi says the restaurant and its menu will draw from a wealth of culinary experience from himself and the rest of the chef team.

Read more at: Chester Standard

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