Lussmanns

Description

Our first Lussmanns opened as an Eatery in November 2002, just off the Portobello Road in North Kensington. While we quickly established ourselves as the locals' favourite; we also attracted builders and B celebrities alike who would rub shoulders over coffee and croissants.

Quickly earning a reputation for great sandwiches and being able to remember our locals favourite tipple, our name even reached the BBC at White City where David Bowie, unhappy with the food offering on the Jonathon Ross show, had demanded better. Lussmanns had made it big, if only for one night!

We then branched out into 'food-to-go' delivered by bicycle, followed by a second in-house cafe at John Brown Citrus Publishing, the current publishers of Waitrose Illustrated, amongst others.

Unable to expand further but impatient to build on our early successes, after two years we decided it was time to move and left London for a new home in Hertfordshire in June 2004 to finally open a real restaurant!

sustainability goals 2018

We are constantly reviewing and improving our sustainability goals. This year one of our main aims is to reduce our plastic use across the board.

Doing Good By

Celebrate Local Seasonal
Celebrate Local Seasonal
Serve More Veg Better Meat
Serve More Veg Better Meat
Source Fish Responsibly
Source Fish Responsibly
Support Global Farmers
Support Global Farmers
Support the Community
Support the Community
Treat People Fairly
Treat People Fairly
Reduce Reuse Recycle
Reduce Reuse Recycle
Business Type Restaurant
Rating
Awards 2016 - The People’s Favourite (Lussmanns Fish & Grill, St Albans)