The business, which currently operates two cafes in the capital, in Highbury and Crouch End, is set to open in Notting Hill. Located on Westbourne Grove, the new site will feature mid-century modern interiors and will be open for breakfast, brunch and lunch.
The menu will feature plenty of vegan and vegetarian options, with dishes to include goat’s cheese and beetroot benedict; Turkish eggs served with rosemary focaccia; a full vegan breakfast; gluten-free buttermilk pancakes served with a berry compote, bacon, salted caramel, maple syrup, honeycomb and butter; and brioche French toast.
Family-run independent café Beam was founded by mother and son team Ozgur and Sidar Akyuz in Crouch End in 2013. A second venue followed in Highbury in 2018. They have lived in Crouch End for over 25 years, and run a bistro for more than 12 years.
“We’re excited to bring Beam to West London. We hope to provide locals with a space to catch up with friends and family over breakfast and brunch,” they say.
Beam Notting Hill was previously slated to open in the Spring, but the launch date has been put back because of the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic.