Meatcure has been giving diners at the Crescent, Hinckley, a taste of what’s to come ahead of its opening on Thursday (April 27).
The new venue specialises in fresh, handcrafted burgers along with steaks, salads, brunch and a kids menu and is the latest attraction at the successful development.
Meatcure has been opening up for lunchtime taster sessions in advance of the official opening and has attracted a wide range of diners, who have given the experience the thumbs up.
The Hinckley opening is the restaurant group’s fourth branch, after first launching in Market Harborough in 2014 but then quickly expanding into Leicester and Bedford.
Co-founder Rob Martyniak said: “Meatcure has been very well received in Hinckley and we are delighted that the Crescent gave us an opportunity to open in the town.
“The restaurant is very informal, very independent and very rustic – we want people to come along and feel relaxed and enjoy themselves.
“In my view, some places try too hard to be cool. What we offer is great food and great service – from real people, who understand what we are all about and they get the kind of customer service we want to deliver.
“The early feedback suggests that the people of Hinckley get that too and can see that we are bringing something very different to the Crescent.”
Will Robinson, from the Tin Hat Partnership, said: “It’s great to welcome Meatcure. The development is filling up very nicely with a good range of retail, restaurants and leisure.”
TK Maxx, Prezzo, Superdrug, Select, Wed2B, Costa, Tarro Lounge, Elbow Room, FAB, Burger King, Simply Gym, Mobility & Lifestyle, Poundland and Rossini are all open at the scheme along with Sainsbury’s and Cineworld.