A new Woody Grill restaurant is set to open in North Harrow, expanding the popular Mediterranean-Turkish grill chain’s presence in London.
Following the success of its first Harrow location in Wealdstone, this new establishment will be located on Station Road, conveniently situated near North Harrow Station.
Woody Grill has garnered a following for its authentic approach to Mediterranean and Turkish cuisine, drawing on traditions from Adana, a city in Turkey known for its meticulous and passionate approach to food preparation.
The chain’s commitment to these culinary roots has played a significant role in its popularity across London, with other locations in Shepherds Bush and Willesden.
Set to breathe new life into a long-vacant space, the new restaurant is taking over the premises of the former Ned Hyland pub, a site that has been empty since 2011. This location, once known as Percy’s Wine Bar in the 1980s, has been the subject of local residents’ calls for revitalisation for more than ten years.
The opening of the North Harrow branch reflects the growing demand for Woody Grill’s offerings and marks an important step in the chain’s expansion within the borough.
Residents and visitors to North Harrow can anticipate a fresh dining option in the near future, with the exact opening date of the new restaurant still pending.
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