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Jackson + Rye opens new site in Richmond-upon-Thames

27 October 2014 by
Jackson + Rye opens new site in Richmond-upon-Thames

Richard Caring-backed brand Jackson & Rye has opened a new site in Richmond-upon-Thames, its third site in London.

The new 140-cover location is by the Richmond riverside and has opened in soft launch today, set for an official opening next week. The first 160-seat site opened in Soho in December last year, and the second began trading in Chiswick in June.

Signature dishes include creamed grits, flaked almonds, blueberries and maple syrup; scrambled eggs and smoked salmon with country style fried potatoes; cheese melts and hotcakes; truffled wild mushrooms; steak and fries; shrimp burger; grilled sea bream; peanut butter cookies and melting chocolate sundae.

Backed by Richard Caring, Jackson & Rye director Mark Askew also opened fast-casual burger and chicken site Grillshack in London's Soho in September 2013, with then-co-director Hannah Bass. Bass is now director of restaurants at Selfridges department store, to which she moved in July.

Graham Ford, operations director, said: "We're delighted to be launching our third site in a prime position in Richmond. This is an important step in the development of the brand."

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