High quality fast food restaurant chain Leon has announced it is planning to expand at a rate of one site a month over the next year.
The company’s latest site has just opened in the More London development close to City hall and HMS Belfast, started its first week as one of the three highest taking sites in the portfolio.
Further investment in commercial kitchen equipment will now be made as the company looks to keep to a schedule that involves opening at least 11 more sites in the next 12 months.
“Over the last year we have improved our offer. We believe our food is better than ever and we now have dishes at prices to fit all budgets. It is time to take Leon to more people,” said co-founder John Vincent.
The More London site comes just weeks after Leon confirmed it had been chosen as the only fast food restaurant in Heathrow’s new Terminal 2.
Leon was founded in 2004 by Vincent and Henry Dimbleby with the aim to make it easy for everybody to eat good food.
Since opening its first site in Carnaby Street, the company has grown steadily and currently has thirteen restaurants in London, including one at Bluewater in Kent and one in Heathrow’s Terminal 3.