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Australian restaurant Butcher and the Farmer heading for London

Australian dining brand Butcher and the Farmer is to open a branch at The O2 in London, representing its first outlet outside Australia.

Butcher and the Farmer is a farm-to-table concept, based on sharing dishes. It was launched in New South Wales by Steve Flood and Will Stewart, who were the 2015 winners of Australian TV show My Kitchen Rules.

The O2 branch will be a 650 sq m (6,996 sq ft) unit providing 266 covers. It is scheduled to open in September 2019. Design is Callie van Der Merwe of The Design Partnership in Sydney.

“The London dining scene is an impressive, eclectic market – a place we have always envisaged our unique brand flourishing,” says Butcher and the Farmer co-founder and brand manager Steve Flood.

“The O2 stood out to us as the ideal platform to launch our brand overseas, with our restaurant positioned alongside ICON Outlet, and an extremely high volume of visitors from all across the globe. For our first restaurant in Europe, we wanted a popular location with huge potential and the developing area of North Greenwich in one of the most well-visited capitals in Europe, ticked the box for us.”

Marion Dillon, leasing director for the O2 and ICON Outlet for AEG and Crosstree, adds: “Securing the international debut for Butcher and the Farmer at The O2, highlights our appeal and trend-led food and beverage offering with some of the most relevant and exciting dining operators in the capital. Joining leading brands CoCo and Snowflake, Butcher and the Farmer will enrich our diverse mix of international cuisine, complementing the unrivalled fashion and leisure offer all under the roof of The O2.”

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