Fashion-inspired cafe-deli chain Napket opens its fifth site in London today close to the heart of London`s designer shopping district.
The 70-cover restaurant at 61 Piccadilly has been launched as the chain`s flagship site and opens two years after the launch of the concept at the King`s Road in Chelsea.
Napket Piccadilly will be the first branch to offer table service for breakfast, afternoon tea and dinner. Lunch will be solely self-service as in other branches and it will also offer take-away.
Launched by Christophe Moro in 2007, Napket takes inspiration from designer fashion stores with boutique-style decor and a menu with a fashion theme. Customers can choose from an expensive black label gourmet selection of pre-packaged salads, sandwiches and desserts or a white label “diffusion” line of more affordable and innovative food.
Latest dishes include Diet Salmon & Puy Lentil Salad; Healthy Salmon & Seed Fougasse; Indian Chicken Curry Ciabatta; Napket Greek Salad; and Double Chocolate Brioche.
Napket`s other branches are on Brook Street, Vigo Street and Threadneedle Street in London.
Third branch for Napket