Latin American and Mediterranean fusion concept, Zuaya is to open its debut restaurant in London's Kensington High Street later this year in a deal via Shelley Sandzer.
The unit covering approximately 2,500 sq ft will be divided into three distinct areas. The ground floor will feature a bar counter and dining tables with space for 30 covers. The basement will act as the main dining area, with space for 50 covers, complemented by an outside terrace with space for 12 further covers.
The casual-elegant dining menu will offer customers a fusion of Latin American and Mediterranean cuisines, drawing on the best flavours from Mexico, Peru, Italy and Spain. At weekends, the restaurant will host a DJ with the addition of live jazz musicians for special occasions.
Tony Levine, leasing agent at Shelley Sandzer, said, “Kensington High Street is a highly desirable neighbourhood, making it a great location for Zuaya’s debut. We are thrilled to continue working on deals that see new brands open their debut in London, keeping the city’s restaurant offer fresh and exciting.”
This signing follows the recent news that Shelley Sandzer’s has secured UK debuts for bao concept, BunCo, and established snack, food and beverage chain, Old Chang Kee.