Half-price food at new Haberdashery in Crouch End
- Credit: Erhan Gorgu
Crouch End's The Haberdashery has re-opened today under new management, with all food half price for the first week.
The cafe closed in August after almost 12 years in Middle Lane when co-founder Greg Vukasovic announced he would be moving to Glasgow.
This much-loved eatery has opened its doors once again this morning - November 12 - under the new ownership of brothers Erhan and Baran Gorgu and their wives.
Erhan told the Ham&High: "My wife was a fashion designer and now she works as a nutritionist, so The Haberdashery was a great match for us.
"We'll be serving healthy lunches and salads, joining together our love of tailoring and a healthy lifestyle."
Chef Alina already knows the ropes, having worked at the cafe for the past three years, with Erhan calling her a "super positive and lovely person".
The Turkish-born owner, who lives in Crystal Palace, has another restaurant near the Barbican in central London.
"We love Crouch End," Ehran said.
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"We're looking to move here very soon, as I love the community and can't wait to be a part of it."
For the first week the restaurant will only accept walk-ins and customers will get 50 per cent off their bill, excluding drinks.