Street food entrepreneur conceives new Josper grill concept

Josper at Timmy Green restaurant

The company behind popular London street food-inspired chain Daisy Green has opened a new Josper Grill concept called Timmy Green.

The site, based at the Nova Victoria development, will cook steaks to order on the Josper equipment it has installed and offer creative small plates designed for sharing.

It will also use solid fuel appliance to produce a range of other dishes, including cold pickled and candied beetroot with goat’s curd and candied seeds.

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The 120-cover venue is open seven days a week from 7am until late, and from 8am on weekends.

Timmy Green is the first restaurant to open in the high-end food centric Nova Development, a 50:50 joint venture between Land Securities and CPPIB. Nova Food is one of the largest high end food hubs currently being created in Central London.

In the coming months, it will be joined by the likes of Jason Atherton, Will Ricker, D&D, ETM and Sticks ‘n Sushi.

The Daisy Green collection was founded in2012 by Australian-born Prue Freeman. Beginning life in a 1985 Ford Transit as part of the KERB street food collective, the popular independent now operates a handful of unique Australian-inspired coffee bars and all-day eateries across Central London.

Timmy Green sits just moments away from where Daisy Green first started trading in Cardinal Place, Victoria.


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