Open from breakfast through dinner, more than 50% of Cojean’s menu is suitable for vegetarians, with an offer that features a range of sandwiches such as baguettes and toasties as well as soups, salads, pastries and desserts.
Options from the breakfast menu include mushroom and cheddar egg brioche; blackberry bircher muesli; and peach, apricot, sweet potato and pistachio porridge while lunch options include raw vegetables, cashew and chlorophyll salad; Thai chicken salad; hake with yellow curry sauce, mashed potatoes and red lentils; and a ‘very veggie’ brioché.
Cojean launched in Paris in 2001 as a ‘fast good’ concept and now operates 30 sites in the French capital. It crossed the channel to London in early 2016 and has restaurants in Mayfair, Ludgate Hill and on Chancery Lane.
“What really sets [Cojean] apart are their fresh, seasonal menus and innovative recipes. Their dedication to food traceability, sustainability and their on-going charity work are all values shared by Selfridges and we look forward to welcoming our customers to discover their offer,” says Selfridges food buyer Adrian Boswell.
Selfridges London Food hall reopened on 1 May to serve the local community.