London-based café, Napket, has opened its third site in Vigo Street, Mayfair. Founded by French-born Christophe Moro, Napket aims to be a "dramatic and daring reinvention of the urban café".
The café’s decor was designed by Peter Van Hooreweghe, and features influences ranging from modern to baroque. It offers a range of bread, cakes and pastries, as well as sandwiches - for example a parma ham ciabatta - pastas, salads, soups and desserts.
It also offers platters to share and a ’black-label’ gourmet range, as well as a ’white-label’ diffusion line of more affordable products to give customers added choice. Unique to the café is the ’cannabis’ iced tea, a natural product from Switzerland.
Napket launched in summer 2007, with a ’designer’ café- deli on the Kings Road, and opened a second site at Brook Street, Mayfair, in December 2007.