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Roast announces plans for second restaurant

22 June 2018 by
Roast announces plans for second restaurant

Borough Market institution Roast has announced it is opening a second London site called Roast Kitchen later this year.

Heading up the kitchen will be ex-Bread Street Kitchen head chef Paul Shearing, who also previously worked as head chef at One Aldwych and as a sous chef at Bibendum.

Set to launch in the autumn, Roast Kitchen will be an all-day British dining concept that will be similar to Roast but offer a more casual dining experience.

The restaurant will have a "utilitarian" feel, set across two floors and will serve classics from the Roast restaurant menu, such as pork belly, as well as new, exclusive dishes.

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Opened in 2005, Roast restaurant in Borough Market serves British cuisine, specialising in roast dinners.

John Turner, chief executive at Roast Group, said: "We're extremely excited to be expanding the Roast Restaurant group after a very successful 12 years in business. Roast Kitchen will epitomise everything we stand for, serving traditional British dishes made using only the finest ingredients, in a less formal take on our original Borough Market restaurant."

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