A new plant-based eatery, Clean Kitchen Club, has been revealed as one of the restaurants to be opening its doors inside Battersea Power Station from September 2022.
Clean Kitchen will join the Grade II Listed Power Station as one of the newest restaurants on the market, sitting alongside a tranche of well-renowned brands and restaurants, including Gordon Ramsay’s Bread Street Kitchen and Bar, Middle Eastern favourite Le Bab, Where The Pancakes Are and Poke House.
Founders of Clean; Made in Chelsea star Verity Bowditch and former YouTuber, Mikey Pearce have recently received £1.4m funding with a £7.5m valuation in a first seed round last October.
Marking its sixth site opening after launching just 15 months ago, this latest opening puts the restaurant one step further in its mission to “normalise plant-based food and get foodies across the UK to live and eat more sustainably”.
Pearce said: “This opening is incredibly huge for us and will definitely go down in Clean Kitchen history! We’re growing at a staggering 30% month on month, and to be included in Battersea Power Station’s restaurant line up is a fantastic achievement for us and something we’re immensely proud of.
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