K10 to open second site as it takes on former Ping Pong in Broadgate

01 November 2012 by
K10 to open second site as it takes on former Ping Pong in Broadgate

London-based restaurant K10 Sushi has acquired its second site - a former Ping Pong at 3 Appold Street, Broadgate.

The sushi operator's lease for the 5,400sq ft site is £120,000 a year, and the landlord is British Land.

K10 offers a selection of freshly made hot dishes, including chicken, salmon or beef teriyaki, chicken or pork katsu curry, as well as a variety of sushi and sashimi sets, salads and home-made desserts.

Restaurant Property agency director David Rawlinson who acted for K10 said: "K10 is a great fit for time pressed City workers who want quick healthy food at a good value price point."

This is the second Ping Pong site Rawlinson has acquired for clients. In June he acted for Nigel Sutcliffe's Truffle Hunting which is to launch its eponymous first restaurant in the former Ping Pong in Goodge Street, central London.

CBRE acts for Ping Pong.

By Neil Gerrard

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