Clockjack secures second London site

08 June 2016 by
Clockjack secures second London site

Rotisserie and grill restaurant Clockjack has secured a second London site at 79 Powis Street in Woolwich Town Centre. The new 1,500 sq ft 75-cover restaurant is due to open in July.

Founded by former Terra Firma managing director Fraser Duncan and former Centre Parcs Europe COO Jerry Goldberg, Clockjack launched its first restaurant in Soho in 2012. The menu focuses on herb-marinated chicken cooked on a vertical rotisserie.

The interior of the new site, designed by 44th Hill, will have a distressed, urban feel created using natural materials including oak, brick and metal.

Duncan said: "We aim to create a restaurant in Woolwich that serves the best quality, great value, free-range roast chicken and with a welcoming, sociable atmosphere.

"We wanted to replicate the success of our restaurant in Soho, and Woolwich was the next choice for our second Clockjack restaurant. The town's growing reputation, high footfall and an ongoing investment in the area, which includes Crossrail, made this the ideal location for our brand."

The news follows the launch of Clockjack's kitchen delivery hub that opened last week near Monument tube station.

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