Modern Turkish restaurant Baraka set for Broadgate

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Modern Turkish restaurant Baraka set for Broadgate

Related tags: Casual dining, The City, London, Turkish cuisine

Modern Turkish restaurant Baraka will open its first eatery at British Land’s Broadgate development in central London next month.

Restaurant Property acted for Baraka in securing the new 3,165 sq ft 180-cover unit on Finsbury Avenue Square. It is expected to open mid-November.

In Turkish culture, a ‘baraka’ is the name for an old wooden house where people live, sell food and socialise - the idea is to create a modern Turkish-style restaurant and bar which ‘embraces these traditional concepts and provides a home from home for the City of London’.
The menu will be focused on meats cooked on mangal grills. Other items include the likes of hummus, baba ganouj, grilled meats, tabouli, hellim, falafels, and baklava for dessert.

A ‘regional’ wine list will combine Turkish wines with bins from all over the world.

“We are delighted that we have been able to help Baraka secure their first site at the exciting Broadgate scheme,” says Restaurant Proeprty surveor Daniel Rogers.
“Liverpool Street is the ideal site for Baraka, which will debut their exciting modern Turkish cuisine to city workers.”

Nash Bond were the other agents involved.

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