Boutique café-cum-delicatessen chain Napket is launching its largest flagship outlet in London's Piccadilly today.
The 70-cover restaurant, which is owned and managed by Christophe Moro, brings the group's portfolio to five outlets including Chelsea, Mayfair and the City.
Napket serves a black label gourmet selection of freshly prepared salads, sandwiches and desserts, and a white label diffusion line of more affordable foods.
Interiors, designed by Peter Van Hooreweghe, comprise vintage and industrial elements, with chandeliers and baroque seating against exposed brick walls, while tables will feature uploaded ipods.
Napket Picadelli offers an all-day dining menu, for eat-in or takeaway, with dishes including salmon and seed fougasse; Indian chicken curry ciabatta; Greek salad; and double chocolate brioche.
Napket's inaugural café-deli was launched on the King's Road in Chelsea in summer 2007. The group then expanded to three other venues across London with two in Mayfair and one in the City.
By Gemma Sharkey
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