Eating Out: Le Worm is making Blanc family-friendly
Just last week Berkhamsted’s High Street was in the running for the Great Street Urbanism Award and places among the plethora of restaurants and bars is at a premium.
For choice and variety you would struggle to find anywhere better outside London.
But is it a place you can bring the kids for a family meal?
Well thanks to Raymond Blanc, it is now.
The famous chef and restauranteur’s Brasserie Blanc – famed for its upmarket, formal and high quality dining experience – has introduced new Henri Le Worm childrens’ menus to make it much more family friendly.
From the outside Brasserie Blanc Berkhamsted seems intimate and cosy. Inside it is anything but and can only be described as a luxurious cavern.
BB is going through an extensive rebranding process to make its venues and experience more informal.
Henri Le Worm is a popular app that has been based on Blanc himself and aims to encourage kids to find out more about food, ingredients and nature.
For the adults it is still fine dining to Blanc’s high standards that we know and love but Henri and his friends mean your children can enjoy themselves too.
There are classic kids’s dishes such as Mac N’ Cheese and the Big Fish Finger at very reasonable prices. And your little ones’ attention will be held by the variety of puzzles, colouring and games on the interactive and educational menu.
The staff are fully embracing the changes too. They are so attentive to the children and make them feel like special guests – they even let them draw on the (disposable) table cloth at the end.
So next time you are thinking about a family meal out, BBB offers Le perfect solution.