As previously reported by Crowdfund Insider’s Samantha Hurst, The Good Egg which was inspired by Californian deli Wise Sons, has not only drawn the attention of London brunch lovers, but also has received positive feedback from various UK media outlets including the London Evening Standard, Huffington Post and Time Out London.
The Good Egg’s team shared, “We’ve served breakfast at some of the most well-regarded and competitive markets in the UK; KERB, FEAST and Street Feast. We have cooked for the Prime Minister at No. 10, for Twitter’s company breakfasts, and run a pop-up in London for 8 months serving 100 customers a day in a small 20-seater café, which we believe has created a strong and loyal following.”
In a recent Crowdcube update, The Good Egg Founder Joel Braham shared: “Morning all and a happy weekend to you…This week we hit 119% of our target and we’re still overfunding, so please do get your investments in soon to avoid missing out. If you’ve ever thought of getting involved behind the scenes at a restaurant, our restaurant rewards include entry to food and drinks tasting nights, exclusive chef’s tasting dinners and lifetime discounts.”
Investments will fund capital expenditure on the kitchen, bar, furniture, construction works, garden and our pre-opening costs which include professional fees such as lawyers, rent and costs during fit-out and architects. The Good Egg has no SEIS eligible shares remaining on its campaign which closes on 31 January 2015.
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