Hell’s kitchen

Visitors to the Ironbridge Gorge Museums at Coalbrookdale will be able to extend their day at the historic attractions with a visit to the new Furnace Kitchen Restaurant, overseen by Shropshire celebrity chef Marcus Bean.

Bringing fresh and locally sourced food to Coalbrookdale, the Furnace Kitchen will be serving brunch, lunch, coffee and tea, cakes and main meals. The menu will feature an exciting mix of modern British cuisine and European classics, all handmade in the state-of-the-art kitchen by a hand-picked team of chefs.

Rory Hunter of the Ironbridge Gorge Museum Trust says, “We are delighted to be able to offer the local community and all visitors to our museums a new and exciting destination restaurant. Diners can enjoy a relaxing meal in our smart new facility”.

For more information, visit thefurnacekitchen.org.uk.

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