Brew Cafe To Open A Branch In Chiswick
Will the new cafe be all the rage with locals?
A branch of the cafe/restaurant chain Brew, whose owner was involved in a controversial 'road rage' incident, earlier this year, is to open a branch on Chiswick High Road.
The company has posted a board announcing that it is to arrive soon, and it is expected to open in late October in the premises formerly occupied by La Mancha. A refurbishment is about to start at the location.
They also hope to open a branch in Kew in the near future.
The restaurant chain is known for its breakfasts using unusual ingredients. Dishes include Turkish eggs served with yoghurt and chillies, dry aged steaks, and wood-fired pizzas. They also bake their own pastries and cakes.
Australian Jason Wells who is described as a Master Butcher, was involved in a row with a cyclist on Priory Lane SW15 which resulted in him being issued with a Fixed Penalty Notice for an offence. The angry exchange between the two men was captured on the cyclist's helmet - mounted camera and was widely covered in the media with over 120,000 hits on the internet.
Mr. Wells later apologised for his behaviour and the cyclist also said he regretted his own anger during the four-minute argument.
The Brew chain has branches in Clapham, Barnes, Putney, Wandsworth and Wimbledon.
September 13, 2015