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Megan’s By The Green

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Megan’s By The Green

Since 2002 Megan’s has been keeping London smiling with a sumptuous food menu boasting simple, homemade cooking influenced by the sunny Mediterranean. Serving the best brunch in the Fulham and Chelsea area, Megan’s recently expanded to a second location in Parsons Green.

Taking inspiration from its counterpart of the King’s road, Megan’s By The Green opened at the end of October. The new Parsons Green location is opposite the station and is open all day offering a range of great value, home cooked menus, both to eat in and to take away. In the morning you can kick start your day with an organic coffee, fresh juice or a smoothie. Brunch is an all-day affair with free-range Eggs Benedict and home-made granola featuring, alongside the best cooked breakfasts in London. The ‘Megan’s Breakfast’ includes eggs, sausage, bacon, shakshouka, mushrooms and toast. The ‘Veggie Breakfast’ is a combination of eggs, halloumi, mushrooms, spinach, smashed avo, shakshouka and toast.

The evening offering at Megan’s by the Green is a simplified version of Megan’s King’s Road menu; antipasti and charcuterie sharing boards to start, with Baked Eggs Shakshouka, deconstructed pan kebabs and sourdough pizzas for mains. The neighbourhood eatery also offers a children’s menu and is dog-friendly. Megan’s is renowned for its romantic and magical setting, and their new all-day café cum restaurant reflects this with a ceiling draped in blossom and fairy lights.

Since 2002 Megan’s in Fulham has long been a popular destination with its simple cooking and warm, inviting décor. The year-round al fresco dining offered by the fairy lit garden is a particular highlight with its own unique charm. The garden has a retractable roof and heater’s meaning the option of sitting outside is always available. The Orchard Room, a private dining area that seats up to 18 people, is also available for large parties. Earlier this year Megan’s was voted one of the capital’s most romantic and this feeling will be similarly felt at the new location.

Since opening at the end of October, Megan’s By The Green has received hugely positive feedback with particular praise given to the food, atmosphere and the staff.

Megan’s By The Green is open seven days a week, from 7am till 11pm Monday to Friday, 8am till 11pm on Saturdays and 9am till 10pm on Sunday. To find out more about the restaurant and the latest offers at the King’s Road location, including the bottomless brunch, please visit


i-line counters limited

i-line counters limited specialise in the design, supply and installation of commercial catering equipment for the commercial sector, specifically front of house food servery and bar equipment. i-line counters limited has been in operation for seven years, however, company director, Ben Johnson has more than 25 years’ experience in the industry.

Over the past seven years, i-line counters limited has developed a wide ranging customer base, from contract caterers in the business and industry sector, to schools, QSR restaurant chains, garden centres and 5 star hotels. Clients include Sodexo, Tossed and Dirty Bones, amongst others.

Most recently, i-line counters limited has been involved in Megan’s By The Green. Working on this project, i-line counters limited designed, manufactured and installed all the back of house kitchen equipment for the restaurant, along with the front of house servery / bar.

i-line counters limited Director, Ben Johnson, said:

“We have a long-standing working relationship with this client, working across multiple outlets, so we valued our involvement with this project.”

Ben added:

“At i-line we have a strap line of ‘leave nothing to chance and everything to i-line’, which means we will always be there to support our clients. We believe our strongest selling tool is our ability to develop strong working relationships with our clients and we have multiple clients that buy exclusively from us on the strength of the relationships we have grown.”


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