Two more restaurants tuck into Kensington Arcade

By Paul Norman - Tuesday, April 23, 2013 10:54

Meadow Partners has signed two more restaurants at London’s Kensington Arcade.

Wasabi and Bill’s Restaurant will take two newly created shops in the arcade at the entrance of High Street Kensington underground station.

Wasabi, the sushi takeaway chain, will occupy 1,120 sq ft fronting on to Kensington High Street while Bill’s will open a West London flagship restaurant of 2,940 sq ft split between ground and first floor with an entrance inside Kensington Arcade.

Rents have not been disclosed.

The site is the latest in a series of acquisition for Bill’s, which already has 19 restaurants across the UK and announced another three openings in the spring.

Steven Stedman, senior director, Central London Retail CBRE, which acted for Meadow, said: “We are very excited to welcome both Wasabi and Bill’s to Kensington Arcade. We believe these lettings demonstrate the growing interest in Kensington High Street and highlight the demand for high quality shops and restaurants in the area. We look forward to continuing to work with Meadow Partners to bring new and innovative concepts to Kensington Arcade. “

Nick Kertesz, Meadow Partners, said: “These are significant lettings and we will continue to focus on good quality tenants who can enhance the experience of the 18 million potential customers going through Kensington Arcade annually.”

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