Great British Menu judge Andi Oliver to open London restaurant

16 February 2017 by
Great British Menu judge Andi Oliver to open London restaurant

New Great British Menu judge Andi Oliver is to open a restaurant in London's Stoke Newington.

The broadcaster and chef will open Andi's with long-term business partner Kelly Miles in March, serving brunch throughout the day and brasserie food in the evenings.

The pair already work together at the Sugar Shack residency at the Jackdaw & Star in Homerton, London.

Andi's will serve brunch dishes such as a Reuben salt beef, sauerkraut and Swiss cheese sandwich, baked eggs with a choice sauces and accompaniments, and energy bowls of pulses and roast seasonal vegetables topped with avocado mash.

Oliver, who has appeared on BBC 2 cooking series Neneh and Andi Dish It Up and is currently a regular panellist on BBC Radio 4's The Kitchen Cabinet, said: "Our food will uplift the spirit and calm the heart. It's a little bit of love in your tummy."

Last year it was announced that Oliver would take over from Prue Leith as a judge on BBC 2's Great British Menu.

(Photo credit: BBC/Optomen/Malou Burger)

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