High Chelmer set to get a taste of Indochina
High Chelmer is set to get a taste of Indochina as growing restaurant chain, Banana Tree, becomes the latest addition to the multi-million pound The Exchange development.
Specialising in food from across the Indochina region, the new restaurant will be opening later this year and feature Pan Asian dishes from Thailand, Vietnam, Malaysia and Singapore, and also play host to an extensive Oriental cocktail menu.
High Chelmer Centre Manager, Mick McDonagh, said he was delighted to be able to welcome Banana Tree to The Exchange. “There have been so many people working extremely hard since 2014 to make The Exchange a reality and I’m thrilled that it’s proving such a hit with the people of Chelmsford. Banana Tree is a really exciting and growing restaurant brand and I’m pleased that we’ve been able to help bring them to the people of this great city.
“The Exchange is not just a key addition to High Chelmer but great news for the community as a whole and plays into the wider vision for the city. I’m delighted that we’ve been able to be a part of that vision,” he added.
“Following on from the opening of Italian themed eatery Carluccio’s, Caribbean inspired Turtle Bay, French influenced Côte Brassiere and fine dining restaurant Bourgee, we truly have a global food offering with dishes and menus that come from around the world. I’m thrilled that Banana Tree will also be opening this year.
“It’s such a great time to live and work in Chelmsford with all of the developments, new openings and plans taking shape across the city. I’m pleased that we’re able to continue to play a key role in the wider vision for the city.”