Megan's Announces Date of Reopening in Parsons Green

Taking over the former Le Pain Quotidien premises

Sharing mezze platters will be served at the new venue

December 24, 2023

The musical chairs involving local branches of Megan’s looks set to be coming to an end with a new branch poised to open in Parsons Green.

Megan’s on the Green, which will be an all-day dining, dog friendly, neighbourhood spot, will start serving customers early next year at 70 Parsons Green Lane, the former home of Le Pain Quotidien.

With 140 covers, including outdoor seating, it will be larger than its former premises just across the road which became Ollie’s House less than six months ago.

The new restaurant will a feature a unique stained-glass window, as well as a wooden canoe, differentiating their new SW6 site from their other locations.

This will end a brief period in which Megan’s had no restaurants in Fulham, the place of its origin. The King’s Road branch was transformed into Sonya restaurant this October. The very first Megan’s had been at this location since 2002 starting as a small antiques shop serving coffee and pastries.

As part of the opening, Megan’s are inviting neighbours to their soft launch events, where guests will receive 50% off food. To register your interest, you can sign up here & they will be in touch with further details closer to the time.

The menu will include brunch, sharing mezze platters and a Mediterranean themed evening menu.

Megan’s will also be offering Happy Hour every Monday to Friday from 4-7pm.

Megan’s by the Green will also have a semi-private dining room, seating 22 guests which you can book by contacting

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