Bringing an ‘Ethos’ to London dining

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What is happening to Dim Sum chain Ping Pong? Their restaurants seem to be closing at a steady pace. First Patty & Bun took over their outlet by Liverpool Street station, then Opso was founded on the site of their Marylebone branch and now we hear that the chain’s premises in Eastcastle Street near Oxford Circus will become new restaurant, Ethos.

Opening in September, Ethos is styled as a ‘fast-casual’ dining experience. The self service spot is open all-day and specialises in health food, particularly focusing on vegetarian cuisine.

The menu has a rather global outlook with curries, Tuscan stews, BBQ ribs, Hyderabadi Scotch eggs, Thai corn fritters; a Colombian crema de Aguacata soup and the Lebanese green bean and tomato salad, loubieh. There will also be sweet treats, teas, coffees, juices and cocktails.

 

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