Led by Le Cordon Bleu-trained chef Assem Abdel Hady, London Stock ‘will celebrate the best of British ingredients with a modern international twist’.
The 80-cover restaurant ‘aims to bring a Michelin-worthy menu to Wandsworth at a reasonable price and within a less formal dining setting’, with an all-day menu that will include a set three-course lunch priced at £25.
London Stock will open at Ram Quarter – a redevelopment of the former Young’s brewery site – alongside a second Story Coffee site.
The speciality coffee shop and café opened its first location in St John’s Hill in 2015, and has since opened a sister café close by called Story Works, which specialises in fresh smoothies and juices.
Story Coffee’s Ram Quarter location will serve both a brunch and lunch menu during the day, and will be repurposed as a wine bar featuring a ‘rotating wine selection’ in the evening.
“Greenland’s vision for Ram Quarter is to create a high-quality neighbourhood mix that appeals to residents and the wider catchment,” says Chris Daly, deputy commercial director at Greenland, which is overseeing the Ram Quarter development.
“Our partnership with London Stock and Story Coffee reflects this aspiration, with both providing a unique offering that isn’t currently available in Wandsworth.”