Michel and Alain Roux to open restaurant in residential development

31 July 2017 by
Michel and Alain Roux to open restaurant in residential development

Michel and Alain Roux are to open a restaurant within a new residential development close to their three-Michelin-starred Waterside Inn restaurant in Bray, Berkshire.

Roux at Skindles will form part of a new Berkeley development called Taplow Riverside, situated on a site once occupied by Skindles hotel. The project will include 139 residential properties and a 60 unit care home as well as the new restaurant.

Opening in Autumn 2018, Roux at Skindles will be overseen by Alain Roux, who is chef-patron at the Waterside Inn, with a brasserie menu that offers a more informal dining experience than its lauded sister site.

Roux Sr told the Telegraph he was persuaded to join the project due to its idyllic location.

He said: "It will be totally different to our other establishments. It has the best situation on the river, will overlook a beautiful bridge and have a lovely terrace.

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