Patty & Bun to reopen Liverpool Street site

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Patty & Bun to reopen Liverpool Street site

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Patty & Bun is to reopen its takeaway-focused Liverpool Street location as a larger venue with a new 40-50 cover eat-in area and an expanded menu.

The restaurant closed late last year due to the redevelopment of part of the street in anticipation of Crossrail.

Due to open early next month, the restaurant will ‘pay homage’ to the original site by retaining a 15-cover takeaway area.

The new menu will have more vegan dishes and a Fridays-only breakfast offering including sausage and bacon breakfast buns in buttered white potato rolls, as well as a vegetarian option and hash browns.

“I couldn’t be more excited about re-entering the Liverpool Street fray. Opposite the ol’ McDonald’s, it’s always been part of the Patty identity. I’m pumped to be bringing some Patty burgers, vibes and love to the city masses once more,” says founder Joe Grossman.

The reopening will take the better burger brand back up to a total of 10 London restaurants.

Patty & Bun launched its first bricks and mortar site on London’s James Street at the peak of the premium burger boom in 2012.

The brand has responded to challenges in the premium burger market with two new concepts and the launch of several vegan dishes.

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