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This London chain’s Aussie-inspired offering is available between 7am and 11pm, with Instagrammable dishes such as smashed avocado on charcoal toast in the morning and hot Bondi prawns in the evening. It also offers a bottomless brunch with free-flowing prosecco at five of its nine sites across London, including at Darcie & May Green — two floating barges, designed by Sir Peter Blake, on the Grand Union Canal at Paddington. Australian-born Prue Freeman, 37, a former banker, founded the firm in 2012 with her husband Tom Onions, 40. They recently raised nearly £2m on Crowdcube to support its expansion. Sales hit £5.8m in the year to April and in May it opened Scarlett Green in Soho.

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Company details
CompanyDaisy Green
ActivityAussie cafe chain
LocationWest London
Annual sales rise over 3 years66.49%
Latest sales £000s*5,819

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