Luc’s Brasserie to open second restaurant in London

By Becky Paskin

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Luc's Brasserie will open a second restaurant in Gresham Street
Luc's Brasserie will open a second restaurant in Gresham Street
Luc’s Brasserie, the Parisian-style bistro, has announced plans to open a second site in London, following the acquisition of a site near St. Paul’s Cathedral

Luc’s Brasserie, the Parisian-style bistro, has announced plans to open a second site in London, following the acquisition of a site near St. Paul’s Cathedral.

Independent operator Simon Binder, founder of Café Med, has taken a 25-year lease on a site in Gresham Street, which will feature a ground floor dining room and first floor private dining room.

The restaurant will serve executive chef Darrin Jacobs’ classic French brasserie menu, which features dishes such as Wood Pigeon with Braised Endive and Wild Cherry Sauce, Boeuf Bourguignon, Slow Cooked in Red Wine with Pommes Purée, and Pan Fried Venison with Celeriac Puree.

Josh Leon of Davis Coffer Lyons, who negotiated the deal, said: “The space is on several floors and quite quirky but works well for Binder’s brand which requires space with some character.”

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