British Land has partnered with Revolve, a new brasserie, to open its first-ever restaurant at London’s Broadgate centre, set to open in Spring.
Revolve, named due to its concept bringing in a monthly series of guest chefs from the UK and further afield, is located in 100 Liverpool Street, and will offer an everyday menu of well-accomplished classic dishes inspired by the brasseries of Paris and New York.
The guest chef series at Revolve will bring a monthly rotating line-up of some of the world’s top culinary talent to the City, from upcoming talent to accomplished Michelin-starred chefs. C
onfirmed so far is chef Lee Westcott (formerly of Michelin-starred Pensons and The Typing Room) who will open the series, followed by John Javier (17 Little Portland St, Formerly of MASTER, Sydney), Josh Eggleton (Michelin-starred Pony Restaurant Group), Anna Hansen (Formerly of The Modern Pantry) and the newly-appointed two Michelin-starred Gareth Ward (Ynyshir Restaurant and Rooms).
Tris Hillier, CEO, Revolve, commented: “Revolve is our Brasserie Extraordinaire! All the buzz, excitement and energy of the classic brasserie format to delight the City crowd, with an additional layer of unique culinary excellence.
“We wanted to create a local brasserie with heart, soul and vibrancy where everyone could enjoy wonderful wines and exceptional food but importantly, we also wanted some flexibility to invite our industry Chef friends down to showcase their talents. The concept of Revolve was born and we look forward to sharing fantastic times in the City.”
Alice Keown, leasing director of restaurants and leisure at British Land, commented: “We’re thrilled to partner with Revolve to open its first ever restaurant at Broadgate. This innovative concept will be the first of its kind in the City, offering an all-day brasserie menu, and transforming into a unique culinary destination on the weekends.”
She added: “We’re particularly looking forward to welcoming some amazing chefs that want to grow their brand in London, and potentially expand across our places. Broadgate continues to attract new and exciting brands, with an excellent opportunity for further restaurants to open in the two remaining units at 100 Liverpool Street.”
British Land was advised by Nash Bond and Davis Coffer Lyons on the new lettings.