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Ceru to launch permanent site in London

29 September 2016 by
Ceru to launch permanent site in London

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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