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Jamie Oliver and Quarter Group to open sites in London's Victoria

06 March 2013 by

Jamie Oliver and the Quarter Group are to open new sites in London's Victoria, property developer Land Securities has revealed.

The celebrity chef is expected to take 7,700sq ft of space across the ground and first floor of Kings Gate, while the Quarter Group will open the Royal Quarter Café in a 2,800sq ft retail unit at Wellington House.

Colette O'Shea, head of development in London at Land Securities, said: "The two restaurants will be a great addition to the area, catering to local residents, visitors and world-leading firms such as Microsoft, Jimmy Choo, Tom Ford and Burberry, which already call Victoria home."

This will be the Quarter Group's fourth site in London, after the Chelsea Quarter Café on the King's Road and the River Quarter Kitchen in Battersea. Last month the group announced a new partnership with interior design store Heal's on Tottenham Court Road.

Representatives from both businesses confirmed the projects and said that they were in their early stages, with details still to be finalised.

Quarter Group replaces Peyton and Byrne at Heal's >>

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