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Maison Bleue wins two 2018 Worldwide Luxury Restaurant Awards




A Bury St Edmunds restaurant has won two 2018 Worldwide Luxury Restaurant Awards.

Vincent Gross: sous chef, Karine Canevet: patron, Pascal Canevet: chef patron, Laurent Deloutre: junior sous chef (3477255)
Vincent Gross: sous chef, Karine Canevet: patron, Pascal Canevet: chef patron, Laurent Deloutre: junior sous chef (3477255)

Maison Bleue, in Churchgate Street, is regional winner of the fine dining cuisine category and global winner of the haute cuisine category.

Patron Karine Canevet, who works alongside her husband chef-patron Pascal, said:“We are proudly flying the flag for Suffolk and delighted to be part of Bury's diverse selection of independent eateries.”

Brandon Lourens, founder and chief executive of World Luxury Restaurant Awards, said: "These awards serve as recognition of sustained commitment to service excellence and outstanding achievement in the international luxury restaurant industry.

"Maison Bleue showcased outstanding and original creativity, ambience, service and fine dining, among the world’s most respected restaurants."

The restaurant Maison Bleue won the awards based on culinary excellence, memorable experiences, outstanding atmosphere and service based on customer reviews.

The restaurant is also Michelin Guide listed with a five-star Trip Advisor ‘Certificate of Excellence’.



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