Food and Drink

London’s ‘Design District’ launches new dining concept

The six restaurateurs set to launch in the area include; Eat Lah, Ehla, Guasa, Sugo, Raastawala and Toasted

A new food and drinks destination is set to open in London’s ‘Design District’ in Greenwich this September. 

Entitled the ‘Design District Canteen’, the venue aims to bring six global street food operators to the area which is a hub for the capital’s creative industries. 

The six restaurateurs set to launch in the area include; Eat Lah, Ehla, Guasa, Sugo, Raastawala and Toasted

Eat Lah, which was founded in 2019 by Robert and Melanie, a husband-and-wife duo, will serve Malaysian inspired food. Meanwhile, Ehla will serve Eastern Mediterranean food inspired by the region’s countries such as Egypt, Palestine, Turkey, and Israel. 

In addition, Guasa will offer Venezuelan dishes to its customers and a selection of bowls with a base of black beans, quinoa,  pico de gallo salsa, fried plantain and a choice of buffalo beef, roasted pork leg, jackfruit or pulled chicken. 

Sugo, which is run by a “team of young entrepreneurs”, will offer italian-inspired food and Raastawala will serve South Korean based dishes. 

Finally, Toasted which is operated by Brighton based The Great British Charcuterie Sandwich and Cheese Bar will serve a selection of sandwiches to guests. 

In addition, a canteen bar, which will be managed by Dawid Sowinski, will offer cocktails using local ingredients alongside wines, spirits and softs via click and collect. 

Craft beers will be available on tap and by the bottle including a house lager brewed by Meantime brewery, which is local to the area. 

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