Since opening its doors nine months ago, French Affaire has proven to be a popular hot spot for business meetings, social meals and even private parties. Buried in the heart of the quaint town, Stony Stratford, the French Restaurant’s botanical interior is bright, colourful and welcoming, with a courtyard available for al fresco dining during summer.
The French cuisine includes everything you’d expect and more – from sweet crepes and macarons to savoury croissants and baguettes. French Affaire is open Tuesday – Sunday, offering brunches and lunches every day, plus a dinner menu on Friday and Saturday.
French Affaire’s ever-changing menu continues to serve up innovative and classic French dishes to diners, as well as a fancy twist on the traditional afternoon tea.
Following the success of French Affaire, independent restaurant owners, Razvan and Anca Marcu have welcomed a new Greek restaurant venture right across the beautiful courtyard in Odell’s Yard.
Greek Affaire is open from Tuesday – Sunday for lunch and dinner. All of the dishes on the menu are made with fresh ingredients – many of which are locally sourced. Alongside hearty sharing platters and freshly cooked seafood, Greek Affaire’s menu has many traditional Greek dishes including; Moussaka, Stifado, Gyros, Tzatziki and Greek salads.
Greek Affaire’s cosy and chic interior – coupled with the authentic cuisine – provides the ideal place to entertain clients in a relaxed environment, or to enjoy a meal with friends and family.
Razvan Marcu, owner and co-founder of both French Affaire and Greek Affaire, comments: “We have been warmly welcomed by local people and are overwhelmed with the positive reviews and comments we have already received since opening in Stony Stratford. Following the huge success of French Affaire, we are thrilled to be continuing our journey in the restaurant business with Greek Affaire.”
Both French Affaire and Greek Affaire are a great addition to Milton Keynes, strengthening the food offering for businesses, residents and visitors.
To find out more, or book a table at one of the charming Affaires, visit the
restaurant websites: www.french-affaire.co.uk and www.greek-affaire.co.uk