Jamie Oliver's barbecue steakhouse Barbecoa, pizza group Franco Manca, and all-day venue Daisy Green are the three latest restaurants set to open at the new Nova development in London's Victoria.
The trio will join: a new Italian dining concept from Jason Atherton; a 150-cover all-day offer from Adam White, co-founder of Village London; two venues from restaurateur Will Ricker; and a Bone Daddies from Ross Shonhan, all of which have already been announced.
D&D London will also launch a new 10,000 sq ft restaurant on two floors of Nova South in the 897,000 sq ft Land Securities development, which is due to open in 2016.
The new Barbecoa restaurant will be Jamie Oliver's second under the brand. It will boast a large standalone bar, a "hidden" garden, and a dining room with open kitchen where diners can watch chefs cook on the Argentinian and Robata grills.
Franco Manca will offer sourdough pizza that cooks in 60 seconds, along with ingredients from sustainable producers. The 90-cover restaurant will also have an open kitchen.
And Daisy Green will offer customers speciality coffee, salads and meats alongside a "bottomless" Aussie brunch by day. In the evening, the restaurant will create small plates and cheese, together with specialised wines, cocktails and local craft beers.
David Atcherley-Symes, retail leasing director for the London portfolio at Land Securities London said: "Earlier this year we announced restaurants from the likes of Jason Atherton, D&D London, Bone Daddies and Will Ricker would be coming to Nova, and now we've got another fantastic line up to join these chefs. Coming to London in 2016, the 18 eateries at Nova will offer a huge variety of cuisines and food concepts, making it a one stop destination for food lovers. We look forward to announcing the final brands to be taking space at Nova in the New Year."
Kaela Fenn-Smith, head of commercial, London portfolio at Land Securities London added: "Our decade-long transformation of Victoria will culminate in the arrival of Nova next year. One of our priorities over the past five years has been to change what is happening at street level in a way that enables businesses and residents to get excited about being in Victoria. We are now seeing that become a reality with a truly diverse mix of quality food operators committing to Nova and other parts of Victoria. We can proudly say that our restaurant and food amenities now rival the West End and have made Victoria a credible and vibrant place to do business."
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