Patty and Bun has announced it is to reopen its takeaway focused Liverpool Street location, with a new venue holding 40-50 seat eating area and an expanded menu.
The restaurant closed its doors late last year due to redevelopment plans in anticipation of Crossrail. The new restaurant will commend its original site on James Street, London, when it opens next month by retaining a 15 cover takeaway area.
The reopening of the Liverpool Street branch, will take the burger brand to 10 London restaurants, since first opening in 2012.
The new menu will offer more vegan alternatives and the breakfast menu will also return on Fridays, which will begin from 13 December.
Founder Joe Grossmann said he “couldn’t be more excited about re-entering the Liverpool St. Fray”, and added: “I’m just pumped to be bringing some Patty burgers, vibes and love to the city masses once more.”