Restaurants add to mix at Icon Outlet
Following the recent opening of Icon Outlet, a 210,000 sq ft premium urban outlet development by AEG and Crosstree Real Estate Partners, The O2 has announced a new wave of restaurants set to open shortly, cementing its position as a destination for world-class retail, dining and entertainment. Taking the total number of bars and restaurants under the world-famous tented roof of The O2 to 34, the new arrivals including by Chloe., Hai Di Lao, Hook, Beer + Burger, Benito’s Hat, Thunderbird and Scarlet.
New York’s hip fast-casual plant-based brand, by Chloe, is to open a 5,400-sq ft restaurant featuring a 1,500-sq ft external garden. China’s biggest hot pot restaurant brand, Hai Di Lao, is also set to open a 8,200-sq ft restaurant with a 2,800-sq ft mezzanine, in May. And Dublin-based fish & chip brand Hook, will be opening its second site in London following a successful launch in Camden.
Beer + Burger will be opening its fourth London site and Mexican street food operator Benito’s Hat its seventh at The O2 while Thunderbird will open its third site there. Finally, Scarlet will bring the authentic traditional street food of India to south east London.
Marion Dillon, leasing director for Icon Outlet and The O2 said: “These latest additions bring an exciting food theatre to our existing food and beverage line-up at The O2, and together with the retail offer from Icon Outlet create an unrivalled and trend-led destination for our customers.”
Davis Coffer Lyons and Lunson Mitchenall are the F&B leasing agents for The O2. Richard Thomas now of Fleurets represented Hai Di Lao.