Levantine restaurant Ceru has announced plans to open its debut site on Bute Street, South Kensington in London, this November.
The former pop-up restaurant has appeared in various London locations such as Fitzrovia, Tower Bridge and Cannon Street, where its selection of mezze dishes received a positive reception.
The South Kensington site will be open seven days a week from breakfast through to dinner.
The menu will include slow-roasted lamb shoulder; apple, pomegranate and mint salad, with pea shoots, pine nuts and green chilli; and lamb kebabs, marinated in rosewater and served with rose and mint tzatziki.
A Levantine wine list will feature bottles from Greece, Turkey and Lebanon. A Pilsner-style beer and Ceru's own pale ale will also be available alongside an array of cocktails.
Ceru was co-founded by Barry Hilton and wife Particia in 2014 and is inspired by their journeys to the Levant region.
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