Five restaurants have signed up to move into Broadgate Circle, the food, drink and leisure scheme at London's Broadgate.
They include the second Yauatcha dim sum restaurant from the Hakkasan Group. The original Yauatcha in Soho has a Michelin star.
The other restaurants are the Botanist from the ETM Group, whose portfolio includes the Botanist on Sloane Square and Chiswell Street Dining Rooms in the City; Aubaine, a French restaurant group, boulangerie and patisserie; and Comptoir Libanais, from the Lebanese restaurant group.
Didier Souillat, executive vice-president of restaurants for Hakkasan Group, said: "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."
Following these signings, Broadgate Circle, which is located close to Liverpool Street Station, is over 90% pre-let or under offer.
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, Jamie's Wine Bar and the White Horse.