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Patty & Bun to open first site in west London

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Patty & Bun to open first site in west London

Burger brand Patty & Bun is to open its first permanent site in west London, set to open on 10 April in Notting Hill.

The announcement follows the successful launch of its sixth site on Richmond Road, which opened in January 2017.

The 60-cover Notting Hill restaurant will be situated on Pembridge Road and feature a long communal dining area at the back of the restaurant, available for large bookings.

There will also be a bar which can seat an additional eight guests for prime times.

The menu will feature Patty & Bun burger classics, as well as some new items including the chicken feast – a medley of fried chicken with sauces and pickles on the side.

Drinks include cocktails, beers, happy hour treats and milkshakes. Lemon cheesecake, peanut butter malt and triple chocolate flavoured milkshakes will be added to the Notting Hill menu.

Owner Joe Grossmann said: “We can’t wait to bring some Patty lovin’ to this iconic West London spot!”

Patty & Bun, which started life as a pop up, now has restaurants in Shoreditch, Liverpool Street, Fitzrovia, Hackney and two sites in Soho.

The brand also has a prep and development kitchen in London Fields and a residency at crazy golf club, Swingers in London.

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