Benugo to open Lincoln's Inn Fields restaurant and bar

15 April 2013 by
Benugo to open Lincoln's Inn Fields restaurant and bar

Benugo has revealed plans for a bar and restaurant at Lincoln's Inn Fields in Camden, London, as part of a new five-year contract with Camden Council.

The 88-cover Lincoln's Inn Bar & Kitchen, in which Benugo will invest £500,000 in the redesign and the refurbishment of the building, is set to open in July in conjunction with Camden's historic Sir John Soane's Museum

Path, the group's preferred designers, will oversee the revamp.

Lincoln's Inn Bar and Kitchen will aim to celebrate the space, the largest public square in London that is used by residents, local workers and museum visitors, with a diverse range of food options including table service in the restaurant or items from a quick ‘grab and go' natural food menu.

Up to 64 diners will be accommodated inside, while a further 24 can be seated outside when the weather permits.

Sample dishes include flat breads and pizzas from an onsite wood fired over, burgers, salads and wraps. Breakfast items will be available from 8am to 10.30am.

Benugo currently counts Hyde Park's Serpentine Bar & Kitchen, the Ashmolean Dining Room in Oxford, and London's Natural History Museum on its portfolio.

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