The Good Egg raises £250,000 for permanent site

17 June 2015 by
The Good Egg raises £250,000 for permanent site

Street food start-up the Good Egg is to move to permanent premises in London's Hackney in August.

The restaurant has been funded by a crowdfunding campaign which attracted £250,000 of investment.
Founder Joel Braham will use the cash to work with baker Oded Mizrachi and chefs Alex Coppard and Myles Broscoe to open a restaurant at a site Stoke Newington Church Street.

Dishes will include whole roast cauliflower with tahini and pomegranate, reuben with house-smoked pastrami and Za'tar fried chicken.

Braham said: "We've had two years of late-night scheming and cooking out of market stalls and tiny kitchens to get here, and we're so excited to be opening a permanent home where we live. The restaurant menu is inspired by all that time, all the food we love from the places we've lived and travelled, but couldn't ever find in London. It's dishes from great old cafes and delis in Montreal and California, and from Tel Aviv and the Middle East."

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