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Adam Handling to Relocate Frog E1 to Hoxton Square

The critically acclaimed restaurant will be newly named The Frog Hoxton.

We’re delighted to have helped Adam Handling secure a site for the relocation of his Shoreditch restaurant, the Frog E1.

Moving to the former site Bryon site in Hoxton Square, the critically acclaimed restaurant will be newly named The Frog Hoxton.

As the sole agents in the search to relocate The Frog E1, our team utilized their expertise to source the ideal site within 3 weeks. Adam Handling will bring his love of Modern British flavours and techniques to The Frog Hoxton when it opens in July 2018.

Commenting on the news, our surveyor, Gabriella Sether, said: "We are delighted that we have been able to help Adam Handling relocate The Frog in such a perfectly fitting location. Hoxton Square is a trendy destination and the premises has further capacity to accommodate Adam’s Iron Stag bar concept”. 

Adam opened his first independent restaurant, The Frog E1, in June 2016 in Shoreditch, London. This year, The Frog E1 was voted ‘Best Restaurant of the Year – London’ and the overall ‘Best Restaurant of the Year’ in the 2017 Food & Travel Reader Awards.

In the same year, the restaurant also won ‘Best Fine Dining Restaurant’ at the Foodism 100 awards, as well as gaining 3 AA rosettes at the AA Hospitality Awards 2017.  The Frog E1 has also been awarded a Bib Gourmand by the Michelin Guide.

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