Le Pont de la Tour relaunches grab-and-go outlet

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Le Pont de la Tour relaunches grab-and-go outlet

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D&D London’s Thameside restaurant Le Pont de la Tour has relaunched its grab-and-go café at London Bridge.

Situated 100m down the road from the famous French restaurant, the Kiosk serves smoothies, juices, coffee, and a short food menu from 7.30am to 4pm Monday to Friday and 10am – 5pm on weekends.

Dishes include Le Pont de la Tour crepes with Spinach, Feta and Olives; Goat’s Cheese, Bacon and Mushroom; and Classic Lemon, Butter and Sugar.

The Kiosk will also open for lunch with a fresh salad bar, sandwiches made with bread baked in-house, and a selection of European cured meats, cheeses and luxury goods.

The revamp of the cafe comes after Le Pont de la Tour, which first opened in 1991, relaunched following a two-month refurbishment last year.

The restaurant also appointed a new head chef, National Chef of the Year 2011 winner Frederick Forster.

First Look: The new-look Le Pont de La Tour

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