Terrace Restaurant to become ‘Lincoln’s Bar and Kitchen’ operated by Benugo in association with Soane Museum

The long saga of The Terrace restaurant has moved on another iteration with news that it is to become Lincoln’s Bar and Kitchen.  Finchannel.com says:

‘The 88-cover restaurant, in which Benugo will invest £500,000 in the redesign and the refurbishment of the building, is set to open in July in conjunction with Camden’s historic Sir John Soane’s Museum

‘Path, the group’s preferred designers, will oversee the revamp, according to Caterer and Hotelkeeper.

‘Lincoln’s bar and Kitchen will aim to celebrate the space, the largest public square in London that is used by residents, local workers and museum visitors, with a diverse range of food options including table service in the restaurant or items from a quick ‘grab and go’ natural food menu.

‘Up to 64 diners will be accommodated inside, while a further 24 can be seated outside when the weather permits.

For more PR read on at BigHospitality.

The Soane Museum is a member of the Friends of Lincoln’s Inn Fields.


About William Perrin

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