An application has been made for a premises licence at the old Pain Quotidien site at 214 Chiswick High Road.
The new business will be a Turkish-influenced, all day dining deli called “Megan’s”, which also has branches in Kensington, Wimbledon and Clapham. The existing restaurants are dog-friendly and offer bottomless brunches, champagne breakfasts, dinner, lunch and children’s menus.
Starting as a small antiques shop come cafe, Megan’s say they have ‘keeping south west London smiling’ since 2002 when they opened their first branch.
In 2014 Megan moved back her home country, New Zealand, and sold the café to a regular customer who lived across the road from the first branch. The group now has a Turkish head chef, Sercan, and many of the dishes on its menu have Middle Eastern influence and use ‘the best, freshest & most delicious ingredients.’
Megan’s website describes the businesses as a:
“Small, independently-owned, dog friendly spot with a wonderful team of like-minded people from all over the world. Mediterranean-influenced chef-made cooking in a beautiful setting; Brunch, lunch, dinner & happy hour.”
The licence application is still pending.
Images above: Megan’s, photos from Megan’s website
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