Rotisserie and grill restaurant Clockjack has become the latest casual dining outlet to open in Woolwich Town Centre.
The area is booming on the back of a Crossrail station set to open in the southeast London suburb.
Clockjack’s premises will occupy 1500 square feet and serve up to 75 covers.
The restaurant features a casual, urban feel that uses natural materials such as oak, brick and metals.
The menu boasts Clockjack’s signature, herb-marinated, free-range chicken from the unique vertical rotisserie, plus other innovative dishes from the parrilla grill such as a white pudding burger with molasses sauce. Salad options include Clockjack’s Super Caesar Salad and to finish there is Scrambled Strawberry Cheesecake and a dark chocolate pretzel cake.
Commenting on the behalf of the Woolwich Arsenal Estate, Gavin Rowlands, director at Nash Bond, said: “The opening of Clockjack is another step forward in the exciting regeneration of Powis Street and strengthens Woolwich as a prime London location. Interest in the area from restaurants and retailers continues to grow, with brands like Clockjack only enhancing Woolwich Arsenal Estate’s retail and leisure line-up.”
Fraser Duncan, co-founder and executive director of Clockjack, added: “The first week of trading at Woolwich has been really strong and we feel at home already here. It is a great location, which thanks to the management of the area and the arrival of Crossrail is only going to evolve the destination and we are thrilled to be at the heart of it.”