D&D London announced today that its new restaurant at Cabot Circus is to be named Klosterhaus and will open on Friday 2nd October.
The restaurant has been developed within the landmark 18th century grade 1 listed Quakers Friars building, a short walk from Cabot Circus.
The Restaurant, Bar and outdoor terraces will be open all day and will serve classic food paying homage to the dining scene of grand mittel-European cafes.
Klosterhaus will also feature a number of event spaces for business meetings and social events.
Des Gunewardena, Chairman and CEO of D&D London comments: “Quaker Friars is an absolute gem of a building and I hope that Klosterhaus will bring it to life. Bristol has a very exciting foodie scene and I hope that we can contribute to and become part of it. We are very pleased to be working again with Hammerson and are very supportive and enthusiastic about their plans for the overall development of Quakers Friars.”
Robert Hobbs, General Manager at Cabot Circus said: “We’re delighted to welcome D&D’s new restaurant and bar, Klosterhaus, to Cabot Circus and the City of Bristol. Klosterhaus, will open Friday 2nd October in the beautiful listed Friary building in Quakers Friars, which has been sympathetically restored inside to create a stunning new dining and bar experience in the heart of the city.
“It will definitely be the place to get those perfect Instagram shots. As well as a new dining experience for the city, the menu at Klosterhaus looks incredible; serving locally sourced produce which I am sure will go down well in our foodie city. We’re extremely pleased to be able to bring yet another premium brand to Cabot Circus and the city this year.”
Iain Mitchell, UK Commercial Director at Hammerson, said: “D&D continues to innovate in the restaurant scene and we are thrilled to have secured their first venture in the South West, which we know will be a huge draw for consumers and brands alike. Now, more than ever, we know that consumers are craving experiences, and Klosterhaus will really deliver that.”