Byron to open first Welsh site in Cardiff

27 March 2017 by
Byron to open first Welsh site in Cardiff

Upmarket burger chain Byron is set to open its first site in Wales this summer in Cardiff.

The new 5,150 sq ft restaurant will be opening across two levels in the St David's Centre Grand Arcade, owned by the St David's Partnership, a joint venture between Land Securities and Intu.

It joins brands such as Jamie's Italian, Wagamama and Wahaca, as well as 200 other shops and restaurants in the centre.

JLL and Cushman & Wakefield advised the St David's Partnership. Lunson Mitchenall acted on behalf of Byron.

Paul Coppin, marketing director at Byron, said: "We couldn't be happier to be bringing proper hamburgers to Wales. Over the years we've had more and more customers ask when we'll be opening here, so it's a real pleasure to finally be able to give them the answer they're looking for."

Colin Flinn, regional director at Intu, added: "Byron is exciting brand for St David's. This offer is an excellent addition that sits well alongside the casual dining on Tredegar Street and the Hayes, whilst also benefiting from the close proximity to the main events venue in Cardiff."

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