GROWING UP IN SOUTH AFRICA MEANT TIME IN cafés
Dropping in for a fresh juice. A chat. Maybe snacking on something healthy. Or going for a burger, some eggs or a sugar-packed dessert. The baristas served whatever we liked.
No judgment. No rules.
We wanted to bring this laidback attitude to the UK.
From the beginning, Fego didn’t think about trends. While other eateries talked about small menus, we kept ours wide. Like our memories of back home, we wanted global food from no single place. Just delicious meals made the way we liked them.
Because here’s what mattered: To us, real hospitality was about more than what went on each plate. Of course, our bread would be made fresh each morning. We’d source the most flavoursome produce. Our coffee had to be artisan.