Michelin star chef to open restaurant at historic venue

Glynn Purnell (left) with Ian Harrabin from the Historic Coventry Trust at the Charterhouse in Coventry
One of the UK’s best-known chefs has agreed terms to open a fine-dining restaurant in one of Coventry’s most historic buildings. Glynn Purnell, who holds a Michelin star at his eponymous restaurant in Birmingham, is planning to open his third eatery at the Charterhouse in Coventry. The Grade 1 listed 14th Century Carthusian monastery – one of only ten ever built in Britain – is owned by Historic Coventry Trust (HCT) which is starting an £8m restoration project in June this year, part funded by a £4.3m grant from the Na... For the full story register now for free or login below...
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