New cafe-bar set to open in old Outsider Tart premises

Image above: My Place in Soho

Soho based company set to expand with second branch in Chiswick

The owners of My Place, a cafe-bar based in Soho, are hoping to open up another branch in Chiswick on the corner of Chiswick Lane and Chiswick High Rd in the old Outsider Tart premises.

A planning application submitted to LB Hounslow is seeking permission for an all-day restaurant with internal and external seating at the 83-85 Chiswick High Road site.

My Place in Soho is an all-day coffee and dining spot ‘loved by lifestyle bloggers and travellers’ they say. The owners are particularly proud of their ‘brilliant coffee, breakfast & brunch… vibrant evenings and a well made espresso martini.’

Plans submitted with the application suggest no change is planned to the interior of the premises.

A company called FSD London Ltd is making the application and it is understood that this entity shares directors with the company that owns the Soho business. FSD London Ltd are seeking a licence to serve from 10.00am every day to 11.00pm Sunday to Thursday and midnight on Fridays and Saturdays.

Image above: Outsider Tart, the previous business at 83-85 Chiswick High Road 

Outsider Tart was repossessed by the landlord earlier this year when the previous tenants failed to pay their rent.

Any comments on the application can be sent to licensing@hounslow.gov.uk. You can view the application on Hounslow.gov.uk

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