The Good Life Eatery will open its third London café on Motcomb Street this winter.
Founded in 2013 by Yasmine Larizadeh and Shirin Kouros through a mutual passion to inject a healthy boost into London’s food scene, The Good Life Eatery strives to encourage customers to embrace a healthier lifestyle through nutritious and freshly made food. The Good Life Eatery is built on the premise of creating a healthy and happy lifestyle for all its customers, which includes dairy and gluten free, vegan and vegetarian diets in the form of simple, clean and fresh food sourced from local producers.
In addition to providing fresh and delicious food, The Good Life Eatery takes pride in supporting local businesses and hiring most of its staff from neighbouring communities, establishing strong relationships with schools, community centres and residents.
Yasmine Larizadeh, co-founder of The Good Life Eatery said: "We are very excited to launch The Good Life Eatery on Motcomb Street this winter. As a neighbourhood cafe we favour fantastically vibrant communities, and Belgravia's eclectic mix of boutique brands alongside its inspiring elegance makes this the ideal location for our third site. We cannot wait to bring a sense of familiarity with a clean, fresh dose of The Good Life to this beautiful pocket of London, as well as becoming part of the locals' daily lives".
Simon Elmer, Location Director, North Belgravia said: "We are pleased to welcome The Good Life Eatery team to Motcomb Street. It is a fantastic brand that will complement and add an exciting new element to the existing culinary offering at a time when the street is undergoing a major transformation. In addition to welcoming new brands like The Good Life Eatery, Grosvenor is redeveloping the Pantechnicon, a Grade II listed building, which will become a fashion and culinary hub operated by Cubitt House who own three leading hospitality venues in Belgravia."
The Good Life Eatery joins a brilliant mix of culinary and fashion retailers, including a beautiful Christian Louboutin boutique, Gordan Ramsay’s Modern French restaurant Petrus, and master chocolatiers Rococo Chocolates. Other recent openings include Food Filosophy, a Greek inspired café which opened in July on Kinnerton Street.
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Grosvenor Britain & Ireland
GBI’s mission is to create and recreate inspiring places and neighbourhoods, delivering value for customers, shareholders and co-investors with its place-making expertise.
It owns, develops and manages a diverse property portfolio in cities across Britain and Ireland. Business units are focused on its London estate - 300 acres of Mayfair and Belgravia in the heart of the UK’s capital - and developments elsewhere in London, Edinburgh, Liverpool, Oxford, Cambridge and Southampton. As at 31 December 2014, GBI had £5.2bn of assets under management.and exceptional finishes; second, to grow a diversified portfolio of core investments in the residential and office sectors; and thirdly to develop best-in-class buildings in the central business districts of Shanghai and Hong Kong as high-quality long-term investments through co-investment partnerships. As at 31 December 2014, Grosvenor Asia Pacific had assets under management of HK$8.3bn.