Thai-style casual dining group Busaba Eathai has confirmed plans to open in Liverpool's Liverpool One development on 29 February.
The brand Turtle Bay is also set to open adjacent to Hanover Street in March, while the New World Trading Company will also open a site named the Club House on Chavasse Park.
Liverpool One has also confirmed that catering sales at the complex were up 12.5% for 2015 compared to the previous year.
Jason Myers, chief executive of Busaba, commented: "We're extremely excited to be bringing the Busaba restaurant experience to Liverpool; our regional expansion is hugely significant for the business. We have heard much about the success of Liverpool ONE, which put it at the top of our list as we sought the location for our next restaurant, so we are very excited to be opening in the city."
Busaba Eathai was first opened in 1999 in London's Soho by restaurateur Alan Yau, also of Michelin-starred site Yauatcha. In 2008 he secured £21.5m private equity to expand the concept into a chain, and it now has 12 sites across London including in the O2 and Westfield Stratford City.