New Latin-themed steakhouse to open in London

24 September 2014 by
New Latin-themed steakhouse to open in London

A new Latin-themed restaurant named Omnino Steak House is set to open on London's Leadenhall Street, from the team behind High Holborn steakhouse, the Bull Steak Expert.

The 100-cover, 2,293sq ft restaurant will be set across the ground floor and basement levels of the site, and serve cuts of prime US, Wagyu and Argentine beef. The basement floor will have an open-plan design with an open kitchen delivering what the restaurant has called a "theatre experience".

After a soft opening on 8 September, the site will officially open on 3 October.

Other neighbouring restaurants include Indian restaurant Anokha, Dion Wine Bar, and branches of the brands Jamie's, Be At One, and Greene King. It will be the second site for the Bull Steak Expert group.

The site has been leased by Colliers International Licensed and Leisure Team, on behalf of its pension fund clients.

Alex Hill, associate director, licensed and leisure, at Colliers International, commented that the new site suggested that the steak company was well-placed to build on its existing position and expand in central locations.

He said: "Located in London's established insurance district, Leadenhall Street is ideal for the new Omnino restaurant. The letting demonstrates the continuing appetite for restaurant premises in central London, as well as the readiness of operators with quality concepts to expand their offerings to wider audiences."

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