- Fine food chain Eat17 has opened a new 'food hall-style' store in Hammersmith, which features an indoor street food market and will also host yoga classes
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The new premises is the fifth addition to the Eat17 chain, which has stores in Walthamstow, Hackney, Whitstable and Bishop’s Stortford.
The Hammersmith branch offers a selection of speciality food and drink, as well as 100 refillable food lines and an indoor street food market.
Eat17’s own-brand ranges, such as Bacon Jam, will also be available, as well as self-serve coffee, wine and beer growler refills.
Fresh food will be served from local food concessions, such as Bun Kabab of Empress Market Pakistani Kitchen, Knowing Meat Knowing You and The Pizza Project.
A new Leytonstone-based store is earmarked for opening later this year, which will be the sixth outlet in the Eat17 chain.
James Brundle, co-founder of Eat17 said, “We’ve very excited to open our new store in Hammersmith as part of Eat17’s plans to expand across London. The Hammer smith store is a great addition to our stores and restaurants and it should serve the area well in a prime location on Fulham Palace Road.
“We aim to offer customers the finest quality food and drink – bringing the best local concessions together with our own-brand ranges. We aim to provide an eco-friendly shopping experience and our 100 refillable food lines are very popular with customers who wish to cut down on their plastic use. They can bring their own reusable containers and refill items such as olive oil, detergent, pasta, rice, cereals, nuts and grains.”