London Designer Outlet adds new restaurants, taking total to over 20
Big Moe’s Diner, the 1950’s-style American diner, has chosen London Designer Outlet in Wembley Park as the place to open its second London restaurant. The new diner will be opposite both Handmade Burger Co, which has extended its lease by a further five years, and the recently opened 14,125-sq ft JRC Global Buffet. In what will be its first store, Greek bakery and patisserie, Opa, has also signed to join the line up while Prezzo has refurbished and extended its unit.
LDO is London’s original outlet centre, blending retail, f&b, leisure and residential within an urban setting. The scheme has seen continuous sales growth since it opened in October 2013.
Christine Grace, Realm’s leasing director for LDO, said: “These announcements show how we’re bucking the trend with casual dining. We’re always looking for ways to improve the experience for visitors to LDO and the additional covers at Prezzo and new menus recently launched at Frankie & Benny’s and Cabana will further add to the appealing experience that the centre provides.”
LDO is managed by Realm on behalf of Quintain, the developer transforming Wembley Park.