It's been home to a tailors since the early 20th century and its distinctive frontage on the Strand is Grade II listed, but next year the historic Savoy Taylors Guild is going to switch from cutting cloth to serving food.
The site's been taken over by Wolfox a coffee and restaurant group with places in Brighton and Leeds. Here at their first London opening they're planning a "high end cafe and wine bar".
If that follows the same path as some of their Brighton spots you can expect a place that roasts their own coffee, serves up a cracking brunch and then runs through to dinner in the evening.
Brunch items include the usual french toast and overnight oats alongside Poke breakfast bowls and ramen with tea smoked egg.
Dinner dishes might include;
- Tempura cauliflower with curried mango mayo and kimchi
- Local Sussex cheeseboard, slow roasted grapes, membrillo quince, crackers/breads
- Caramelised organic pork belly, ginger and chilli, sticky rice parcel, hispi greens
To drink there'll be a choice of organic wines and craft beers with room for around 70 diners across the ground floor and mezzanine level.
More about Wolfox
Where is it? 93-95 Strand, London WC2R 0DW
Find out more: Follow them on Instagram @wolfoxcoffee
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