New Slow Cooked concept Pull’d to The City

August 4, 2014

A new slow-cooked meat concept Pull’d is due to launch in The City later this year after Davis Coffer Lyons – the leisure specialists – acquired its first site at 61 Cannon Street.  The emerging brand has arranged the surrender of a previous lease with a new lease being granted direct from the landlord taken the remainder of a lease expiring in 2026 at a passing rent of £62,500 pa.

Pull’d signature dishes will centre around its delicious range of slow-cooked, tender meats.  Customers can personalise their meal to their own specific tastes by choosing from a range of signature sauces, a selection of bases – such as brioche roll, tortilla, rice, and salad – along with complementary salads and sides. In addition, there will be a selection of cold salads, baguettes and wraps.  Pull’d will also serve a combination innovative and traditional breakfast items including pastries, homemade chia seed porridge and granola alongside signature ones in keeping with the concept such as egg and pulled pork roll with Pull’d bbq sauce.

The fledgling concept has ambitious plans to create an innovative and distinctive brand and is looking to open up to five site in the next three years.

Rob Meadows, Leisure Property Consultant at Davis Coffer Lyons said: “BBQ food is incredibly popular with diners at the moment and it is therefore no surprise that exciting new operators like Pull’d are emerging.  This dual entry unit is in a fantastic location on Cannon Street and Queen Victoria Street. Plus, by creating an all day trading format Pull’d will be able to appeal to the wide range of workers and visitors that pass by every day. Small sites in high footfall area of the city are difficult to secure and a pragmatic approach needs to be take in negotiations, this was certainly one of those instances and it is a credit to the Pull’d team!”