Westfield London Welcomes New Food Concepts to The Balcony

December 4, 2012

On behalf of Westfield, Davis Coffer Lyons has signed two new dining concepts at Westfield London in Shepherd’s Bush. Both join the Balcony, the shared seating dining area offering a range of international cuisines such as Pho, Tapas Revolution and Comptoir Libanais.

Meatballs, the new concept from Hugh Fowler of Covent Garden Restaurants, has moved to Westfield London from its original home at the former Quality Chop House in Farringdon. Meatballs specialises in a range of freshly made varieties, including Beef and Ricotta, Greek Lamb, Italian Pork with Rosemary and Lemon, Spicy Thai Chicken as well as vegetarian options. It has taken the 560 sq ft former Tiffinbites unit.

Meanwhile, Indi-Go, the authentic Indian street food concept has chosen the West London shopping centre for its third site, which comprises 947 sq ft and is scheduled to open before Christmas. Indi-go already trades at Westfield Stratford City and has also opened at Bluewater’s Wintergarden. The concept was founded by restaurateur Ranu Miah, who also operates the Scarlet Dot restaurant in Spitafields and Zeera in Mile End.

Kate Taylor, Associate Director at Davis Coffer Lyons, said, “There is always enormous competition from food and beverage operators who want to trade at Westfield because of the ongoing success of both London and Stratford City, but we are very mindful not to be complacent of the Centre’s position in the market and are always seeking new ways to keep the eating and drinking offer fresh and at forefront of dining trends. These are two examples of how Westfield is constantly reinventing itself to offer customers the widest range of concepts possible.”