Other brands that will form part of the 580,000sq ft mixed-use development, which will also be home to Curzon cinema, will include sweet and savoury steamed buns specialist Bun House, farm-to-table grill Mikos Gyros; Greek dessert brand Stilvi; and Italian grab-and-go concept A’do’re Fritto.
In addition, French pastry chef Philippe Conticini will be opening a dedicated production kitchen and café, supplying the brand’s existing Camden Market and Buck Street Market venues, with cold-pressed juice brand Juice Junkiez and Colombian coffee roaster Amar Café, which began by selling drinks in disused London telephone boxes, also part of the development.
“A complete and modern destination like Hawley Wharf Camden needs a strong and diverse F&B offer, and collectively these deals represent a significant step forward in ensuring we achieve this,” says Jonny Perkins, retail asset manager at London property investment company LabTech.
“By selecting brands for this part of the development that understand Camden and London, all with experience in quality grab-and-go products, we hope to create a varied and exciting dining environment for our visitors.”
Colliers and CBRE represent Hawley Wharf Camden.
Shelley Sandzer acted for Bun House.