Jamie Oliver in discussions on King’s Cross venture

By Mark Wingett

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Jamie Oliver is reportedly in discussions regarding a possible new venture in King’s Cross
Jamie Oliver is reportedly in discussions regarding a possible new venture in King’s Cross
High-profile chef Jamie Oliver is in discussions regarding a possible new venture in King’s Cross, at the Fish and Coal Buildings near Granary Square.

Details of the venture, which would open opposite the recently launched Grain Store from Bruno Loubet, have yet to emerge although it is thought Oliver has been looking for further sites in London for his Fifteen restaurant model and his Barbecoa brand. 

A spokesperson told BigHospitality's sister publication M&C Report: "We are currently in discussions about a possible venture at the Fish & Coal Buildings."

The buildings, which follow the curve of Regents Canal, were built in phases from 1851 as offices to house clerks employed to monitor the flow of freight through the goods yards.

The building was gutted following a fire in the 1983, but the floors and roofs have been rebuilt and Argent is the process of restoring it for use as offices and studios with restaurants on the ground floor.

This story was first published by BigHospitality's sister publication M&C Report. To subscribe to M&C Report​ contact Emily Croft on 01293 846578 or email rzvyl.pebsg@jeoz.pbz​.

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