Sir Terence Conran expands Albion brand with launch of second restaurant

08 July 2013 by
Sir Terence Conran expands Albion brand with launch of second restaurant

Sir Terence Conran and Peter Prescott have announced that they will open their second Albion restaurant later this month, close to the Tate Modern on London's South Bank.

The launch of Albion NEO Bankside will be the first time that Conran, who opened his first restaurant 60 years ago, has built a brand with a second site. The original British-case style Albion is located in Shoreditch.

Conran said: "Albion has been a smash hit in Shoreditch, and we believe it is a popular concept that will work well and we are looking to secure other sites in London.

The menu will feature favourite British dishes such as fish and chips, shepherd's pie, sausage and mash and the all day breakfast. There will be an emphasis on local sourcing with produce coming from nearby Borough Market and Maltby Street Market, and beers from local breweries, such as Bermondsey's The Kernel.

A shop attached to the restaurant will sell local products from Tayshaw and Chegworth Farm, Neal's Yard and Wright Brothers.

The new venture is located in the Lord Rogers-designed NEO Bankside development.

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