Located within the remains of St Alphage Church on London Wall Place, Barbie Green will combine the brand’s signature Australian brunch menu with a new pizza offering.
The 40-cover site will feature with four ‘Barbican meets Bondi-inspired’ artworks by artist and printmaker Bonnie & Clyde, and have an expansive terrace area.
“After a record year of trading, we’re delighted to round out 2019 with a stunning new site in the City, taking us back to 2012 where we started selling our coffee outside The Gherkin building,” says Prue Freeman, founder and director of the Daisy Green Collection.
“Our uniquely Australian all-day offering is continuing to defy the well-documented challenges facing the hospitality industry, as Londoners discover, embrace and support their local Daisy Green café more than ever.”
The group was founded in 2012 by Freeman and her husband Tom Onions, and began life as a street food trader serving coffee and frozen yoghurt at markets and festivals.
Daisy Green currently operates 10 sites across London, including a floating barge restaurant in Paddington.
Last year the group crowdfunded more than £2m to open new sites, with a view to growing to at least 17 locations within four years.