neat burger Canary Wharf

Neat Burger to open next door to Eatily on Bishopsgate

1st July , 2021

MKR Property are delighted to have secured another site for retained client Neat Burger. This is Neat Burger's largest to date at 2,700 sq ft together with 700 sq ft of outside seating. 

1st July 2021- Propel News Briefing

Black Sheep Coffee, NeatBurger, Honi Poke and Urban Pubs & Bars have all signed up to take space at British Land’s 155 Bishopsgate development in the City. NeatBurger, the plant-based burger concept backed by Formula One world champion Lewis Hamilton, will open a 2,700 square foot restaurant. Nest, a bar and restaurant run by Urban Pubs & Bars, will open a 3,300 square foot bespoke space, including a large outdoor terrace with steps that link to neighbouring Italian marketplace Eataly. Black Sheep Coffee is taking 1,200 square foot area for its coffee, cafe and cocktail concept and will also run the reception cafe within 155 Bishopsgate. Hawaiian poke restaurant Honi Poke will take a 500 square foot unit at the development. They will join Bar Douro, the traditional Portuguese tapas restaurant; José Pizzaro, the contemporary Spanish small plates restaurant; and independent wine merchant Uncorked, at the scheme. In May 2021, Eataly opened its first UK site at 135 Bishopsgate, a 42,000 square foot Italian food hall, which includes restaurants, food stalls, drinking and dining space and a cookery school. Alice Keown, leasing director – restaurants and leisure, British Land, said: “We’re excited that four fantastic brands are joining us at Broadgate. With combined lettings totalling more than 7,000 square foot of space, we’re pleased to see continued confidence in Broadgate as a world-class leisure destination. We’re committed to providing an exceptional experience to everyone who visits or works at our Broadgate campus. These new lettings, together with the recently launched restaurants at 100 Liverpool Street, will serve to further enhance Broadgate’s offering to customers.” 

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