Roost moves into Soho pub
8 Februray, 2013
One of London's most popular food trucks Roost has moved indoors for a Soho residency. It has opened up in the Fuller's-owned Sun & 13 Cantons pub in Great Pulteney Street and will be there until 30 March.
The chicken-themed Roost is run Cass Titcombe, one of the founders of the Canteen restaurant group - who was also one of the up-and-coming entrepreneurs who spoke at Peach's 2020 conference last November. See Peach 2020—Reasons to be cheerful, more to do
The temporary restaurant will offer all the standard menu from the truck, including free-range British fried and grilled chicken, as part of a more comprehensive offering with daily blackboard specials.
It opens for lunch Monday to Friday and dinner Monday to Saturday, with a takeaway will also be available.
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