Sweet Potato Group Add Haché And Hush
Jamie Barber has been joined by Ed Standring (Former Richoux MD) and Ian Neill (Former Wagamama Chief Exec) in The Sweet Potato Groups most recent purchase of Haché Burger. Having all worked with brands who utilise our market leading maintenance software, their first port of call for maintenance management after purchasing Haché was ProNett.
Haché was first launched in 2004 by the Casey Family. The Idea? To offer unrivalled quality burgers. A year after opening The Guardian and Time Out discovered Haché and over night the restaurant was packed. Soon after Haché was presented with Time Outs Best Burger Award for that year. In 2007 the brand started to grow and now has restaurants in Chelsea, Shoreditch, Balham and Clapham as well as their original site in camden.
Since 1999, restauranteur Jamie has brought to London concepts that have included Villandry Grand Café’s, Kitchen Italia, Sake no Hana, Cabana Brazilian BBQ and Hush Brasserie. Cabana is already an established ProNett customer, after much proven success since utilising the system for their restaurants, it made sense for Haché Burger and Hush Brasserie to derive the same benefits.
The very exclusive Hush Brasserie has two locations in Mayfair and Holborn. Hush received the prestigious ‘Test of Time’ award at the Tatler Restaurant awards. The award recognises restaurants over 10 years old, which, in the words of Tatler are still as good as the day they opened.
ProNett is able to manage the separate business entities within the sweet potato group allowing control over all of their brands property maintenance, providing real time cost information and performance criteria for each contractor.