Muriel's Kitchen to open two new sites

10 July 2013 by
Muriel's Kitchen to open two new sites

Restaurant business Muriel's Kitchen is set to open two new London restaurants this summer.

The business started in 2011 in Kensington, and is run by husband and wife team Charlotte and Sam Miller. Charlotte developed the concept as part of her desire to re-create her grandmother Muriel's 1950s kitchen.

The two new, larger sites will open in London's Leicester Square and Old Compton Street this August and September respectively. The Leicester Square restaurant will be on the site of what was the Grill on the Square, while the Old Compton Street site is set to open in what was the Leon restaurant.

Shelves in both restaurants will be stacked full of books and bowls, alongside hanging copper pots and homely crockery designs. But both Kitchens are also set to have unique features.

Charlotte said: "Sam and I are really excited about the two new restaurants. We've learned so much in the last 18 months and enjoyed such great success in South Kensington, that we feel ready for our next challenge. The two new sites are much bigger and opening just months apart so we'll be very busy bees! We have had such brilliant feedback from our existing customers, ever since our first day of trading, and that has absolutely inspired us to grow".

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