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New restaurant hub for London’s Chinatown

New restaurant hub for London’s Chinatown

A new £15m development is creating a 48,000sq ft mixed-use scheme delivering new retail, café and restaurant spaces at the gateway to London’s Chinatown.

Central Cross, from developers Shaftesbury, provides a range of new double-height restaurant and retail units across up to three floors.

Central Cross borders Chinatown London to the west and the major thoroughfare of Charing Cross Road to the east, and is located where Covent Garden, Soho and Leicester Square meet.

The restaurant element of Central Cross creates seven new restaurants, three with external seating, a first for Chinatown London. Newport Place is also being pedestrianised and enhanced to create a landscaped public space which will become a new focal point for Chinatown.

“Central Cross’s curated mix of new Chinese and East Asian F&B concepts will attract a cosmopolitan consumer, providing an opportunity for operators to connect with a young, multi-cultural, foodie audience throughout the day and into the evening, seven days a week,” says Julia Wilkinson, portfolio and group restaurant and strategy executive at Shaftesbury.



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