Surplus food app Too Good To Go, which allows people to buy a bag filled with fresh food from cafes, restaurants and shops that would otherwise go to waste, is now turning its hand to the restaurant game. The app’s Restaurant Revival campaign will give a local restaurant that had to close due to the pandemic a new lease of life, by providing them with a pop-up space and covering the rent for three months.
Restaurateurs are able to apply for the initiative to secure a location inside The Prince in West Brompton, which is home to a massive pub garden and a selection of rotating kitchens, with Too Good Too Go paying the rent from September to November. The successful restaurant will also join the app and run a food waste fighting menu. Applications are open here until midnight on 11th August, with the successful applicants being contacted by 17th August ahead of a September opening.