Introducing Morty & Bob’s: A Boutique Restaurant Group In London Inspired by Mediterranean, American, And English Cuisine

Morty & Bob’s started as a food stall in East London’s Netil Market. Most recently, in late December, the boutique restaurant group opened its third permanent location, in Kensal Rise. Famed for its oozing grilled cheese sandwiches, the new venue will have a similar welcoming and warm atmosphere to its predecessors in Coal Drops Yards and Westfield Shepherd’s Bush. For the name, owner and restaurateur Charlie Phillips takes inspiration from his grandfathers—Morty and Bob—while everything else is thoroughly modern, relaxed, and welcoming.

You describe Morty & Bob’s as somewhere between a Café, Restaurant and Bar—what does that mean? How is that reflected in the ambiance and attitude

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