Restaurant part of English National Opera’s £1.2m revamp


A £1.2m transformation of English National Opera is set to lead to the creation of a new wine bar and café in its ground-floor foyer as it bids to entice new visitors.

The company is joining forces with Ben Warner, founder of Benugo, to offer budget-friendly food from breakfast to evening.

Options will range from a three-course set menu in a new basement restaurant with room for 65 covers to miniature sausage rolls and craft beers.

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The venue aims to tailor its catering to themed shows, but its priority will be to encourage new visitors during the day when the building is under-utilised.

Fit-out details weren’t disclosed but Benugo will fund the work, including opening up architectural features currently hidden in the grade 2-listed coliseum.

The Evening Standard reported that the transformation would begin in September and take 12 months to complete.

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