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FUTURE PLANS

We want to bring the best possible dining and drinking experience to everyone across the UK, wherever the people want it. We have secured two more major locations in London for later this year, that will see the rebirth of a further two abandoned iconic landmarks, including a site that will become the largest food hall in the country.

Now that Fulham is up and running we will be turning our attention to Victoria, transforming the arcaded bays of Terminus Place with it’s Edwardian Baroque exterior into a three story Market Hall. Since 1909, the space has acted as a shopping arcade, a restaurant and the super-club Pacha. Opening with fourteen kitchens, three bars and seating for 300.

Our third and flagship site will be situated just off Oxford Street in part of
the former BHS building and will feature a mix of local producers, retailers, restaurants, street food vendors, four bars, event spaces and a demo kitchen. Market Hall West End will be the largest food hall in the UK and its opening will coincide with the planned pedestrianisation of Oxford Circus.

Whilst every Market Hall will be entirely unique, each will be curated to showcase the best food and drink an area has to offer, in permanent and covered locations. From the general aesthetic of the building to the choice of the traders, each Market Hall will feel connected to its area. We’ll be working with leading restaurants, new talent, small businesses and local suppliers, engaging with neighbourhood restaurants and chefs.

Food halls are nothing new of course, but we want to create permanent dining hubs that work for the community – something we haven’t seen yet in the UK. The buildings we are working with were originally designed as bustling cultural or commercial hubs, but for whatever reason have been lying empty. We want to bring these sites back to life and make them useful spaces for the community, places that cater for locals, workers, families and visitors alike.

We look forward to seeing you at one of our Market Halls soon.

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