Vietnamese restaurant the House of Ho has announced it will be opening a second restaurant in London this autumn.
The 6,000 sq ft restaurant on Charlotte Street, which previously housed Bam-Bou, will become the flagship restaurant for the company.
Its original Soho-based site on Old Compton Street will later be rebranded as the firm looks to expand.
The company said it also has plans to roll-out Ho, a modern Vietnamese eating concept, from 2016.
Jeff Lim, chief operating officer of the House of Ho, said: "We are delighted to be acquiring such a prestigious five-storey building on Percy Street in the heart of Fitzrovia.
"We have big plans for this flagship site and will be making further announcements about the new House of Ho and the roll-out of Ho later this summer."
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