Proline have recently completed a bespoke counter and fabrication project at the Megan’s restaurant in London.
The Megan’s Old Town site, which can be found in the Clapham area of our capital is described as one of London’s most romantic restaurants and the recent project was the third one complete by Proline.
Megan’s serves a mix of all-day brunch, pizzas and their famous, deconstructed kebabs and required new fabrication elements which would boost the aesthetics and efficiency of their operation.
The design and installation team at Proline were tasked with the manufacture of a new coffee bar and counter, which would include a bespoke chilled display and jura beige honed limestone worktop and frontage for an appealing finish.
A new bar counter was also required and this was created with a knotty pine worktop and Parisian chic décor mix tiled frontage which was chosen to match the aesthetics of the restaurant’s famous interior.
The stainless steel hot pass was also fitted with the exquisite Parisian chic décor mix tiled frontage, as well as black powder-coated gantry frames.
After receiving design approval for the coffee bar, bar counter and hot pass, the Proline team were given just a two week window to complete the installation. This was the biggest challenge the team encountered when completing the project, as due to the nature of the finishes it was a task to pull all of the elements together.
Despite this, Proline were able to complete the project – this was even with the creation of the limestone worktop which usually takes three weeks for completion just for that element.
The project allowed Proline to demonstrate their skills and get creative as with the previous Megan’s projects, which have all had their own merits and on-trend finishes.
A spokesperson from Megan’s was pleased to say: “Well done Simon and team, the speed you have turned this project around is really amazing and appreciated.”