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Kate Moss's brother plans Croydon restaurant

29 December 2015 by
Kate Moss's brother plans Croydon restaurant

Nick Moss is planning to take his Vietvan street-food business to a permanent site at the new Boxpark Croydon retail centre.

The brother of Kate Moss will open the Vietnamese restaurant in summer 2016 when the food-focused Boxpark shopping hub will be complete. It will be among shops, restaurants and bars in 80 shipping containers located in Croydon's Ruskin Square.

Moss told The Croydon Advertiser that it would be a dream to open a restaurant.

He said: "Even as a teenager, running my own restaurant was always a dream but the opportunity to turn that dream into a reality only arose when I bought the Vietvan.

"I like to experiment using many different ingredients and Vietnamese food is renowned for its many flavours and variety. It is also super healthy, fresh and spicy.

"I am 100% behind Croydon's regeneration and I am excited about the opportunities this will bring to my local community.

He added that sister Kate was a fan of his food and was going to be involved in the design of the site.

"As any sibling would be, she is delighted and very excited for me.

"Kate is a great support and we have even talked about her having some input in the design of the space at Boxpark."

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