Maison Bleue is awarded TripAdvisor Travellers’ Choice Award for third year running

Maison Bleue in Bury has been named the sixth best rated fine dining establishment in the UK by the

Maison Bleue in Bury has been named the sixth best rated fine dining establishment in the UK by the 2015 Travellers’ Choice Restaurants awards, announced today by TripAdvisor. - Credit: Gregg Brown

A Bury St Edmunds restaurant has been named sixth best in the UK by customers on the TripAdvisor reviews website.

Maison Bleue in Churchgate Street is celebrating its third Travellers’ Choice Award in a row, with its ranking of sixth this year placing it above the likes of Le Gavroche, London.

The French modern restaurant, which is owned and run by husband and wife team Pascal and Karine Canevet, is the only Suffolk restaurant, and only one of two East Anglian eateries, to be recognised in the 2015 awards.

The ratings were based on customer reviews of food, value for money, service and atmosphere.

Chef, Mr Canevet, said: “We are delighted to win such a prestigious award for the third year, which places Maison Bleue in the UK’s top Travellers’ Favourite Fine Dining Restaurants.

“We are very proud of our exceptional team, and as independent owners it’s an enormous inspiration to receive such a renowned award. We are overwhelmed by our customer’s fantastic reviews and support for which we are truly thankful.”

Mrs Canevet said their restaurant had risen in the rankings since it received the first Travellers’ Choice Award three years ago – from ninth to eighth and now sixth.

Last year, Square Meal magazine recognised the Bury St Edmunds restaurant as one of the nation’s favourites and Harden’s have also recognised it.

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