Ecuadorian restaurant Tostado set for London's Soho

21 July 2014 by
Ecuadorian restaurant Tostado set for London's Soho

A new Ecuadorian restaurant named Tostado is set to open in London's Soho.

The restaurant is expected to open later this year, and will specialise in ceviche and Ecuadorian soups, stews and other dishes, including a twist on a classic English breakfast.

The company name was registered in May by entrepreneur and former risk analyst Fernando Leon, founder of the Covent Garden Salon and the Soho Salon.

Joshua Rose, leisure agent at Shelley Sandzer, said: "This is a great location for Tostado, and we are delighted to have helped the brand secure their debut site in the heart of the one of London's well established dining destinations."

The brand is the latest in a series of ceviche-centric restaurants in London, including Andina, Chotto Matte and Ceviche. Shelley Sandzer also previously acted for well-known London restaurants such as Grillshack, Patty & Bun, Five Guys, and Sushisamba.

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