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Vapiano sets opening date for third site

15 May 2014 by
Vapiano sets opening date for third site

Vapiano, the Italian casual dining restaurant group, is set to open its new restaurant on Monday 23 June.

The new site, in a former nightclub and restaurant in Wardour Street in London's Soho, will be Vapiano's third in the UK. The German-based group has over 140 restaurants across 26 countries worldwide.

Vapiano is spending £2.1m on the new restaurant, which will have a customer area of 7,000 square foot and capacity for up to 250 diners.

The restaurant will be managed by Alex Fisher, who has been general manager of Vapiano in Great Portland Street since 2010.

Vapiano managing director Phil Sermon, said: "We are looking forward to opening our new restaurant in the heart of Soho.

"This is just the start of our expansion and highlights our intent to open many more Vapiano restaurants in prime positions across London and the UK."

Vapiano serves fresh pasta, pizza and salad; all prepared and made in house to order by chefs interacting with customers.

The company's existing restaurants in London are located at Great Portland Street and Bankside.

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