Mother arrives in London

07/06/2017 - 09:10
Italian restaurant Mother is arriving at London’s famous Battersea Power station from Copenhagen, on July 20 and will be the company’s first restaurant outside of Denmark.

Opened in Copenhagen’s meatpacking district (was home to Copenhagen’s meat industry business now home to high quality restaurants, food market and trendy nightlife) in 2010, the restaurant has grown and become popular locally and outside of Denmark for its trademark sourdough pizza. It has recently celebrated its fifth year anniversary.

In July when Mother arrives in London, it will join a number of other new restaurants, bars and cafes arriving at Circus West Village, located between the power station and 200-acre Battersea Park.

Owners David Biffani and Nick Pound used the company’s ‘back to nature’ philosophy, to create the mother dough using quality ingredients: sourdough and purified seawater and baking in a wood fired oven which sits at the heart of the Mother.

The dough made is lighter and healthier due to the traditional technique of using purified seawater in place of salt and water containing less sodium, resulting in more minerals being delivered to the body.

Along with its trademark pizza, Mother offers roasted fish-meat-vegetables, and breads while on the weekend it serves brunches where customers are given the selection of pasta salads, cold meats, cheeses, pizzas in buffet style. Everything is imported directly from Italy and local producers.

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