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... You can carry on reading TheBusinessDesk.com for free, but you have reached the maximum number of pages an unregistered user can view. To register for an account, click here or login below...
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