Reineta to open at Dickens Yard
Inspired by the natural agricultural cycle, Reineta expands the concept of greengrocery to offer high quality, seasonal produce. Central to Reineta is protecting and promoting the environment, with fresh fruits and vegetable carefully prepared by the expert team each morning to ensure only the finest products are on sale, the store using 100% recycled and sustainable materials.
Alongside the greengrocers, Reineta comprises a coffee shop serving a healthy menu with juices, smoothies, soup and salads created by Alberto Criado, Head Chef of renowned Cambio de Tercio Group.
Steve Kirwan, Operations Director, St George said:
"We are delighted to welcome Reineta to its first home at Dickens Yard. Not only does it offer fantastic fresh produce, Reineta also fills a much sought-after gap in the Ealing market for community amenities.
"Reineta is the latest signing at Dickens Yard as we work to curate a thriving neighbourhood and establish it as one of the best places to live, work and visit in West London."
Miguel Morales, Founder and Director of Reineta said: "Reineta is a vibrant green grocery store, as well as a healthy coffee shop offering a fresh break for people in offices nearby and a fun and educational environment for families.
We will provide the best selection of seasonal fruits and vegetables as well as other natural products, juices and smoothies freshly made to order. A seasonal menu of soup and salads will also be available all year round in a menu exclusively created by the Head Chef at the Cambio de Tercio Group, Alberto Criado."
The letting to Reineta follows a series of new openings at Dickens Yard, including Balans Soho Society, The Skinny Kitchen, Navrtar, GAIL's Bakery, Jigsaw, Tonkotsu, Blo Bar, The Kumon Centre, No.17, Content by Terence Conran, Pasta Remoli, Triyoga, Charlotte's W5 and Benham & Reeves.
Dickens Yard is a new lifestyle quarter in Ealing centred around an elegantly landscaped public square, with an array of new shops, restaurants and cafes, and 700 new homes. Dickens Yard plays a significant role in the wider regeneration of Ealing ahead of the arrival of the Elizabeth Line at Ealing Broadway station, and is fast becoming a new vibrant destination in West London.