New restaurant group Suchef, which has brought sous vide cooking to the fast-food sector, has launched its second site in Farringdon, London.
Founded by managing director Anastasia Danilova, the company launched at the end of July with the opening of its first unit in nearby St Paul's.
The menu, created by head of food Bernhard Engelhardt, with nutritional input from nutritional therapist Charlotte Watts, features meat, fish and vegetable dishes which have been vacuum packed before being cooked in a low-temperature controlled water bath. The company claims this results in "not only healthier but also tastier meals".
Dishes include sweet potato and butternut squash soup; salt beef, mustard and gherkin wrap; chicken breast with quinoa, mango and chilli salsa; and rice pudding with chilli infused pineapple.
Further London openings are scheduled later this year in Aldgate and Old Street.