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Bury St Edmunds restaurant Maison Bleue launches new fast food takeaway brand




A popular Bury St Edmunds restaurant has launched a new fast food takeaway brand.

Pascal and Karine Canevet, who run the award-winning Maison Bleue, have set up new venture LÉA to produce fresh seasonal French modern dishes served in glass containers designed to be heated and eaten straight from the pot.

They came up with the idea during lockdown to produce dishes that could be enjoyed anywhere.

Pascal Canevet, chef patron of Maison Bleue in Bury St Edmunds
Pascal Canevet, chef patron of Maison Bleue in Bury St Edmunds

It launches today from the restaurant, in Churchgate Street, with plans to open LÉA food boutiques 'in the near future'.

Pascal said: "We felt people were hungry for new flavours: simple dishes that they could serve anywhere and enjoy.

"Our LÉA’s are perfect for anyone looking for fuss-free good food.

LÉA serves fresh seasonal French modern dishes in glass containers designed to be heated and eaten straight from the pot
LÉA serves fresh seasonal French modern dishes in glass containers designed to be heated and eaten straight from the pot

"LÉA is fresh and fun fast-food a la Francaise.

"We are starting small in Bury St Edmunds but have plans to open LÉA food boutiques in the near future.

"Watch this space."

The LÉA dishes are available 8am to 6pm, Tuesday to Saturday, from Maison Bleue.

The selection today includes smoked salmon tzatziki, ham hock terrine, beef bourguignon, crème caramel and chocolate mousse and salted butter caramel.

The glass pots may be returned to Maison Bleue and there is a loyalty card.

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