The 88-cover restaurant will be opened in July conjunction with Camden's historic Sir John Soane’s Museum. The restaurant and catering group plans to redesign and refurbish a building in the park in partnership with the museum.
Lincoln's Bar & Kitchen
Benugo Lincoln's Bar & Kitchen will operate seasonally with changing opening hours depending on the time of year. In the summer the restaurant will be open six days a week from 8am to 9pm.
The restaurant itself will feature table service seating for 64 however diners will also be able to choose from a 'grab and go' natural food menu. An outside area will include space for a further 24 covers.
A variety of menus will be on offer in the venue from a breakfast offering, which will include Eggs Benedict and porridge with maple syrup and star anise poached plums, to a restaurant menu which will be available all day and will feature main meals with an average price point of £10.
Flat breads and pizzas, with toppings including BBQ pulled pork and spicy chorizo sausage, will be on the menu as the Benugo team will be installing a wood-fired oven following the PATH-designed refurb.
Burgers will also feature on the main menu while the takeaway selections will include full meals, sandwiches and baguettes and freshly-made cakes - a hallmark of the Benugo offering.
Benugo, which was founded in 1998 by Ben Warner, currently operates ten cafes in the capital and a number of restaurants in public spaces or within public buildings.
A spokesperson for the company said: "Benugo have fulfilled their vision of not just creating superb, natural food, but of giving London something that was a real experience. This vision remains true today.
"Lincoln’s Bar and Kitchen, will celebrate the unique and iconic green space much loved by residents, local workers and museum visitors alike, with a range of diverse and exciting food, executed with passion and pace."
Benugo already operates in a number of cultural destinations including the V&A Museum in London, Edinburgh Castle and the Ashmolean Museum in Oxford.