Japanese restaurant K10 set to open second site

13 February 2013
Japanese restaurant K10 set to open second site

Japanese conveyor belt restaurant K10 in the City of London is set to expand with the launch of a second, larger restaurant.

K10, which has been open for 12 years, will open the new site on Appold Street at the end of March, ahead of further openings later this year.

Like the original, the new restaurant will serve both traditional and modern Japanese dishes on a conveyor belt, with colour-coded plates priced from £2 to £5.50 with occasional specials at £7.50. K10 Appold Street will also have a take away unit as well as corporate delivery service for businesses throughout the City and Canary Wharf.

K10 was founded in 1999 by Christopher Kemper, development director of the original Yo! Sushi in Soho and the man responsible for expanding the brand into Selfridges and Harvey Nichols. He was recently joined in the business by restaurant consultant Maurice Abboudi.

With other sites under consideration, one of which is planned for later in the year, it looks as if the K10 invasion is well and truly underway.

K10 Appold Street will open Monday to Friday from 11.30am until 3pm and from 5.30pm until 9.30pm.

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