Benugo Bar & Kitchen at BFI
The BFI Southbank (previously the National Film Theatre) screens over 1,000 films a year, from rare silent comedies to cult movies and archive television screenings. The venue hosts previews and gala screenings as well as events and on-stage interviews with film-makers, actors, producers, critics and writers. The BFI also publishes a wide range of books on film and television, including criticism, theory and history as well as popular companions to individual film titles.
Benugo, the popular high-street cafe and deli brand that was established in the late 1990’s by brothers Ben and Hugo Warner, opened a Benugo Bar & Kitchen within the BFI in 2007. Benugo pride themselves on being able to operate effectively in both the high-street and in demanding corporate and public spaces such as the V&A and the BFI.