Pyesta brings the party to Cheltenham Festival 2023 – SoGlos

The popular Filipino restaurant is famous in Cheltenham for its good vibes and party atmosphere – and it’s extending its popular karaoke nights throughout Race Week.
Pyesta is heating up the Cheltenham Festival as it announces that it’s extending its karaoke nights through the whole of Race Week 2023.
Usually taking place exclusively on Fridays and Saturdays, the singalong sessions will be on every night from Tuesday 14 to Saturday 18 March 2023 from 8pm until midnight.

The independent Filipino restaurant opened at the former Stable pizza restaurant in Cheltenham in 2022 and has become a popular party destination – and with its authentic food being cooked up with a side of Filipino hospitality, it promises to offer racegoers a warm welcome. 
There’s plenty of appetising dishes to choose from, including garlic butter prawns; lumpia – Filipino pork and veg spring rolls; lechon kawali – tender, slow cooked then deep fried pork belly; and the Philippines national dish, adobo, with food being served daily until 9pm.
Pyesta is also opening for breakfast during Race Week in good news for anyone looking for somewhere last-minute, as there’s no need to book in advance.
Get your day at the races started with a hearty full English breakfast or try an authentic Filipino breakfast option accompanied by a pint of Red Horse Beer – a strong Filipino lager that’s bound to get punters in the mood for a thrilling day. 
To book a table, visit or call (01242) 285927.
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