London's £20m Broadgate Circle development signs top restaurant brands

Some of London's best restaurant brands will make their debut in the City next year as part of the £20m Broadgate Circle development.

Broadgate Circle
Broadgate Circle

Hakkasan Group’s Yauatcha and ETM Group's The Botanist will lease spaces alongside French restaurant Aubaine, Lebanese canteen and delicatessen Comptoir Libanais, and Japanese noodle specialist Shoryu Ramen.

More than 90% of Broadgate Circle is now pre-let or under offer. It is set to re-open next spring offering a vibrant retail, restaurant and leisure destination serving the City and growing areas to the north and east.

Owners British Land and GIC hope the 45,000sqft complex will benefit from its position around Liverpool Street Station and the completion of Crossrail in 2018. An estimated 250,000 people pass through Broadgate every day.

Matthew Pinsent, head of city offices for British Land, said: "The redevelopment of Broadgate Circle is a great example of British Land and GIC investing in Broadgate, to create an environment where people want to work, and spend their leisure time. The addition of these brands builds Broadgate’s reputation for providing stylish, good quality dining options, and helps attract and retain our office customers throughout the estate."

Didier Souillat, executive vice president of restaurants for Hakkasan Group, commented: "We chose Broadgate Circle for our second Yauatcha restaurant in the UK because it serves an exceptional catchment and its strong trading profile makes it an obvious choice for us. We know Broadgate will provide a sound platform to continue to grow our brand."

Cafes and restaurants already at Broadgate include Gaucho Grill, Arancini Brothers, Rocket, The Liberty of Norton Folgate and Gatti’s, in addition to pubs and bars including Corney & Barrow, The Fleetwood, Jamies Wine Bar and The White Horse. Retailers include Reiss, Hobbs, Links, Monsoon, Karen Millen and Space NK.

 

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