Boki to open at Seven Dials

21 July 2017 by
Boki to open at Seven Dials

Boki, the coffee shop concept founded by Kim Mahony Hargreaves and Boris Becker, is to open its first permanent site on Earlham Street, Seven Dials.

The 36-cover coffee shop is due to open on 31 July within a 1,300 sq ft site.

The brand's healthy breakfast and lunch menu features a range of sandwiches, quinoa, and chicken dishes while the evening menu offers internationally inspired small plates. Cocktails have been created alongside drinksmith Matthias Lataille.

Kim Mahony Hargreaves, co-founder of Boki, said: "We've worked hard to provide an innovative food and drink concept blending together quality, creativity and design. We're delighted to be making our central London debut in the like-minded Seven Dials community. We are surrounded by other brands and businesses admired for their renowned offering and boutique approach, and we're very excited to be located here."

Julia Wilkinson, portfolio & group restaurant strategy executive at Shaftesbury, added: "Boki's unique offer and impressive interior makes it a fantastic addition to Seven Dials. We have no doubt their first West End coffee shop will thrive and make a great contribution to Seven Dial's line-up of high quality cafés, bars, restaurants and boutiques."

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