FOODIES can celebrate the return of Lymm’s La Boheme French restaurant, as the business has re-opened.

La Boheme will also now offer takeaways, as well as a barbeque catering service, which management believe will help remove some of the foresight customers need when relying on the great British summer.

The barbeque service will include seafood, and meat and vegetarian ‘brochettes’ (French-style kebabs) – all alongside a series of mediterranean side dishes.

La Boheme chef-proprietor Olivier Troalen said: “We’re delighted to be welcoming guests after being closed for over 100 days and doing what we love, which is creating great food.

“We’re following government guidelines to ensure the safety of our customers and team, and keeping a minimum distance between tables, with physical – but of course elegant – screening interspersed around the restaurant.

Earlier this year, Troalen successfully raised crowd-funded more than £25,000 for his second cookbook, A Taste of Home.

He says the book attempts to simplify French food for a British audience with recipes for dishes that French people cook at home.

Troalen added: “We also felt it was important to have options for people who can’t get out right now, or just want the convenience of enjoying La Boheme food at home.

“Our takeaway menu features some of our most popular dishes from the past 20 years, with as many signature touches as we could package up to create a special home dining experience.

“We’re confident people will be pleasantly surprised when they try them out!”