Peruvian-inspired Pachamama takes its ‘innovative’ food to East London

Peruvian-inspired restaurant Pachamama is to open a second site in Shoreditch.

Harden’s readers say the first site is “innovative and delicious”, serving fusion dishes combined with cocktails based on pisco and mezcal.

The first Pachamama has been running for three years at its Marylebone home, and there was – at least the last time we checked – a palpable buzz about the place.

The second restaurant will open on Great Eastern Street, though we don’t yet know a precise date. According to reports, branded hoardings on the outside of the property talk of “a mission to introduce exciting, diverse and playful dining concepts to the London restaurant scene.”

Pachamama ventures East

The company says: “We are currently working with restaurant group, Pachamama on a full brand refresh and full spatial creative for their new site on Great Eastern Street”.

The group also operates a sister site called Chicama on the King’s Road in Chelsea.

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