Lamb’s Conduit Street’s new star; Honey & Co.

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Popular Middle East restaurant Honey & Co announced that its branch in Fitzrovia has closed and the new one will be in Bloomsbury.

After a decade on Warren Street, Honey & Co will move to Lamb’s Conduit Street. The street is like food heaven with Noble Rot wine house, restaurant, and cheese market La Fromagerie and Italian restaurant Ciao Bella. The new branch, which is no different from the old store, will make a new start with brand flavors, decoration, and final production in the same way. Not to mention that it will have a larger area.

It first opened its doors in 2012. They published a cookbook and opened two new side restaurants Honey & Smoke and Honey & Spice short notice. Honey & Co.’s founders Itamar Srulovich and Sarit Packer quickly became famous for their Middle Eastern food, even though their main intention was a kebab shop.