Vietnamese dining restaurant group Vietnamese Kitchen is to open its fifth site after securing a new lease in London's Soho.
Named Keu Soho, the new 1,157 sq ft restaurant will occupy the ground floor and basement of 9 Poland Street in London W1. Located on the corner of Poland Street and D'Arblay Street, the new restaurant will replace café and deli the Burlington Café.
The Vietnamese Kitchen has taken an assignment of the existing lease at a rent of £55,000 per year.
The acquisition takes Vietnamese Kitchen's London-focused portfolio to five restaurants. Others in the group are Viet Grill on Kingsland Road, Kêu on Old Street and two Cây Tre outlets, one also on Old Street and one on Dean Street in Soho.
Sally French of Restaurant Property, who advised the Burlington Café, said: "This is a great location for office workers and tourists alike. The Vietnamese Kitchen offering of healthy, quick and reasonably priced food is very on trend."