Benito's Hat to open fourth site at King's Cross station

21 February 2012 by
Benito's Hat to open fourth site at King's Cross station

Mexican casual-dining chain Benito's Hat is to open its fourth site, at London's King's Cross station.

The company has taken a six-year lease for the 900sq ft unit, entering a base rent plus turnover arrangement for an undisclosed sum.

It has three other sites in central London - at Goodge Street, Covent Garden and Oxford Circus.

Property agent Shelley Sandzer acted on behalf of Benito's Hat.

"King's Cross is the ideal location for the Benito's Hat offer, which provides the ease of grab-and-go food as well as the opportunity to sit down and savour a cocktail if time allows," said Casey Phillips of Benito's Hat.

"King's Cross is one of the UK's busiest stations and the concourse provides about 25,000sq ft of new retail and restaurant opportunities. This, coupled with more than 47.5 million passengers moving through the station every year, on a seven-day-a-week basis, was a major draw for Benito's Hat."

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