Boparan Restaurant Holdings (BRH), owned by entrepreneur Ranjit Singh Boparan, has announced it will invest in excess of £10m to expand the Cinnamon Collection.
The London-based, three-strong Collection currently comprises the Cinnamon Club, Cinnamon Kitchen in the City of London, and Cinnamon Soho.
It was acquired by BRH in January and the firm now plans an expansion of more than 10 restaurants over the next three years.
The Cinnamon Club based in the Grade-II listed Old Westminster Library will continue to be the Collection's flagship brand.
Central London sites are being sought for Cinnamon Kitchen, with plans to expand to other major cities in 2017, alongside regional locations for Cinnamon Soho.
Singh said: "We are delighted that Boparan Restaurant Holdings are supporting the growth of our business in London and nationally, taking the Cinnamon Collection to the next level. Opening 10-plus sites is a very exciting prospect and I look forward to sharing our modern Indian approach with the rest of the UK."
Singh will oversee the roll-out programme alongside commercial director Tina English.
A spokesperson for Ranjit Singh Boparan, added: "We acquired Cinnamon Collection because we believe the business has significant potential for growth and with a strong pipeline in place. The team, led by Vivek Singh and Tina English, are ready to start scaling the business."
BRH, which also owns Harry Ramsden's and Fishworks, acquired Tesco's Giraffe restaurant business earlier this month.
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