The newly renovated city centre hotel, The Queens Hotel is set to be home to the new luxury Grand Pacific all-day restaurant. The Raffles-inspired restaurant and bar will recreate the golden age of high society, and bring something just a little bit posh to Leeds City Centre.
Grand Pacific is renowned for its opulent interiors take their inspiration from the age of exploration at this venue for global food. The Queens Hotel will be transformed into a spectacular venue styled on the grand old colonial hotels of south-east Asia.
The restaurant will seat up to 100 people and offer private dining rooms and bar as well as flavours from all over the world in their all-day menu with dishes such as Asian spiced Duck Cottage Pie and Tempura Szechuan sea bass, along with a lunch menu that includes Teriyaki Steak Sandwich and a classic Club. Guests can also enjoy live orchestras while tucking into roast beef that is carved at the table.
On top of the main restaurant, there will be the Cafe Pacific which will act as a social hub, offering coffees, drinks and snacks – making the Grand Pacific the perfect place for any occasion. You can enjoy an indulgent High Tea as well as bight-sized treats and sandwiches as well as fragrant teas and cocktails on its afternoon tea menu.
There are a range of fancy cocktails to try on their menu such as their Uzu Negroni, Pomegranate Mojito, Salted Caramel Espresso Martini, Grand Pornstar Martinis and many more. We can’t wait to try them all!
They are currently looking for staff such as chefs, waiters and bar staff and are aiming to be open this summer.
Richard Moore, Group Chief Executive of The QHotels Group, said: “We are thrilled to finally reveal the exceptional food and drink offering we’re bringing to The Queens. With such a rich history, it seemed only fitting to bring on board a partner who celebrates the grandeur of times gone by but with that all-important contemporary twist.”
Chairman of Living Ventures, Jeremy Roberts said: “We are delighted to bring this beautiful space back to life, echoing the glorious history of The Queens Hotel. Its heritage as a place to relax, eat, drink and just enjoy some of the pleasures of life simply oozes from the walls. It is our privilege and pleasure to let it continue to be what it was always meant to be.”
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