Plant-based restaurant brand KOJO to open two more London sites

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Plant-based restaurant brand KOJO to open two more London sites

Related tags: KOJO, QSR, Casual dining, Plant-based

Plant-based restaurant brand KOJO will open a second venue in London’s Liverpool Street this month under a new KOJO TO GO format with a third to follow on Kensington High Street.

The brand, which was launched by Nobu London Portman Square executive chef Michael Paul and nutritional therapist Alina Gromova-Jones in Hampstead in December last year, will open the quick service restaurant in Devonshire Square on 29 August.

The grab-and-go restaurant serves food that is 100% plant-based and organic as well as being free of dairy, gluten and refined sugar with dishes that will miso-glazed aubergine; teriyaki rice bowl; goma ramen, Tulum tacos; and Thai basil rice paper rolls.

“KOJO is born out of a passion for nutrition,” says Gromova-Jones. “Creating a menu that can do good for ourselves as well as our planet, that places us at the centre of a growing community which is prioritising the health of the environment in order to protect our own health and wellbeing.”

“It’s a simple belief based on the premise that you get out what you put in. After all, it’s no coincidence that the best way to look after our own health is to look after the health of the planet.”

 

 

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