The independently-owned French restaurant group, located on Stamford Quarter’s George Street, opened its doors on 2 December, boasting a menu full of seasonal items including Confit de canard, Boeuf bourguignon maison and steak fries.
After a major renovation, the two-floor restaurant has space for 170 diners, complete with French inspired interiors, a bar area and outside seating.
The group, founded in Nottingham in 1994, has venues in Altrincham Bath, Birmingham, Cardiff, Derby, Harrogate, Ilkley, Leicester, Leamington Spa, Newport, Nottingham, Sheffield, Stockton Heath, Stratford, Plymouth, Torquay and Weston-super-Mare.
This will be its seventeenth bistrot to open.
Experienced general manager, Katie Salisbury will be leading the team at Altrincham, joined by head chef Hamid Maiden.
Rob Beacham, co-owner for Bistrot Pierre said: "It’s an exciting time for us to be opening in Altrincham. With the festive season well underway, we’re excited to be located in the Stamford Quarter at the heart of shopping and a revival of the town’s food and drink scene.
"We are pleased to be open on Christmas Day with several people having already made us their choice – which is great to hear.
"The feedback from locals has been really positive and our team is excited about serving the delicious dishes we have to offer within our beautiful French-styled interiors.
"There are lots of new and exciting businesses coming to Altrincham, so we’re happy to have invested in the town and created 30 new jobs for the area."