Tozi Grand Cafe to open at Battersea Power Station


Tozi Grand Cafe will be part of the new art’otel London Battersea Power Station​​ and will be inspired by the great coffees of Europe.

Open on December 12, it will serve an all-day menu created by Executive Chef Lee Streeton, formerly of 45 Jermyn St and Daphne’s, in partnership with Tozi Victoria Executive Chef Maurilio Molteni.

Breakfast items will include Italian brunches such as baked eggs; Spianata piccante; and puttanesca, with dishes such as veal Milanese; and lobster linguine. There will also be an offer of cicchetti with beef carpaccio, marinated mushrooms and parmesan cheese; and baked scallop with nduja served with salads and antipasti.

Design features of the double-height restaurant will include sculptural pendant lights, tapestries throughout the space, floor-to-ceiling windows and an alfresco terrace.

Tozi Grand Cafe will be the group’s third restaurant and the second in London. He launched in Victoria in 2013,​​ with the opening of a second restaurant in Amsterdam in 2019.

“I’m incredibly excited for the launch of Tozi Grand Cafe,” says Streeton.

“We bring the essence of Tozi Victoria and Tozi Amsterdam into a stunning new space, alongside exquisite art and design. Our elegant Italian menu is inspired by the theater of great European cafes, and we look forward to bringing a bit of la dolce vita to the heart of Battersea.


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