Building on its huge popularity in Cambridge, the award-winning Stem + Glory team is starting work on their third restaurant and first London site this week. The site refurbishment is starting this week and the restaurant will be ready for a January launch.
Stem + Glory will be offering its gourmet plant-based food in an exclusive new development in Bart’s Square (60 Bartholomew’s Close, EC1A 7BN). close to the Barbican
Louise Palmer-Masterton, Founder of Stem + Glory said: “We have been searching for the perfect venue for the launch of our first London restaurant and we know we have found it here. It has both a historic location and a unique ‘village’ feel, which sits so well with the Stem + Glory ethos. It’s a unique and exciting spot.”
Stem + Glory Bart’s Square will take Stem + Glory to the next level, serving a new menu of breakfast, brunch, fast eat in and take away lunch and a new vegan evening dining concept. Regular special events and tasting menus are expected to sell out in advance, following the precedent set in Cambridge where seven-course tasting menus are sold out within hours of announcing.
Stem + Glory was born of a passion for plant-based food and a desire to make vegan food not only available but delicious. With the rise of both veganism and flexitarianism, Stem + Glory believe this launch is perfectly timed to bring fantastic vegan food to the heart of London.