Café and foodservice company Peyton and Byrne is to open its fourth bakery and café, in London's Greenwich.
Set to open on 15 July, the new site is near the National Maritime Museum, the Cutty Sark and the Old Royal Naval College. As is usual with Peyton and Byrne locations, it will have its own bread oven and bake soda bread, sourdough and seven-seed loaves on-site.
The menu will also feature seasonal salads, sandwiches and cakes, including healthier muffins, Chelsea buns and signature sausage rolls. The café will offer the brand's own range of preserves, jams, chocolate bars, hot chocolate, tea and roasted coffee.
Part of Peyton's restaurant business, whose main restaurant sites include London's National Gallery, the British Library, and the Royal Academy (plus a large café at Kew Gardens), the Peyton and Byrne brand also has bakery sites at Central St Giles, Covent Garden, and St Pancras station, King's Cross.