Three operators join Mumford & Sons star's King's Cross dining destination

28 January 2020 by
Three operators join Mumford & Sons star's King's Cross dining destination

New food and music venue Goods Way in London's King's Cross has announced the name of the final three operators to join the venture.

Sushi on Jones, the first site outside the US from the New York-based operator; vegan fast-food operator Temple of Seitan; and modern British tapas brand Pomelo from chefs Natasha Cooke and Lucy Pedder of Lupins restaurant will join the launch of Goods Way in March.

The three outlets will be located in the Courtyard at Goods Way, alongside the previously announced Breddos Tacos and Duck Truck.

Operated by the Venue Group, headed up by Mumford & Sons keyboard player Ben Lovett (pictured), Goods Way will also feature a 600-person capacity live music venue Lafayatte and New Orleans-inspired bar Sweetwater.

Venue Group operates music venue Omeara in Southwark and Flat Iron Square, home in London Bridge to a collection of street-food traders, restaurants, bars and outdoor performance areas.

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