The venues will be the brand's 9th and 10th sites
The venues will be the brand's 9th and 10th sites
Richard Bell

Burger chain Patty & Bun reveals plans for two new restaurants

Burger chain Patty & Bun is opening two new venues in the capital.

The first is a 1,500 sq ft unit at 19 Borough High Street, opposite Borough Market and close to London Bridge Station.

Due to launch next month, it will be the first Patty & Bun site to offer customers a breakfast menu.

The restaurant’s ground floor will focus on a take-away style service with no seating, while the lower level will provide a dine-in experience complete with a bar and large, theatrical open kitchen.

Patty & Bun is also opening a 2,000 sq ft ground-floor unit in the new Television Centre development at White City.

Once the two new sites are open, the company will operate across a network of 10 restaurants.

Image: How the London Bridge site could look

Shelley Sandzer, the leisure property agency, secured the premises for Patty & Bun.

Joe Grossman, founder of Patty & Bun, said: “Once again Shelley Sandzer has delivered on a couple of great locations that will suit Patty & Bun perfectly.

“Having worked together to secure all of the Patty & Bun units, the team fully understand what our brand is about and make the process of growing our presence in the capital and across the UK a great experience.”

Nick Weir, joint managing partner at Shelley Sandzer, commented: “We are delighted to announce our involvement in securing two fantastic sites for this immensely popular brand.

“Patty & Bun are going from strength to strength and we are proud to build upon this close relationship and work together with the team on their expansion.”

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