Faucet Inn launches Scandinavian-inspired food concept

01 April 2015 by
Faucet Inn launches Scandinavian-inspired food concept

Faucet Inn, an eclectic collection of pubs, bars and boutique hotels in south east England, has launched the first of an all-day coffee and food concept called Kupp.

Located on the canal in Merchant Square, Paddington Basin, London, Kupp is inspired by the Swedish concept of fika, a coffee break that intends to be more about socialising than drinking coffee.

It will feature its own brand of coffee, which will be offered alongside freshly baked bread and pastries, as well as an-all day menu with a focus on grazing and sharing dishes using some Scandinavian ingredients. Krusovice tanks will provide beer in tankards, schooners or growlers and there will be a number of food items available for retail purchase.

"Whether it be fresh food, an enjoyable drink with friends or the perfect coffee, Kupp will offer local residents and businesses an honest, warm and friendly experience delivered with real passion and knowledge from our teams."

Faucet Inn's portfolio of 22 properties include the Warrington Hotel in Maida Vale, Babel at Clapham Junction, Comptons in Soho and Neighbourhood in Stratford City.

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