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New restaurants for ICON Outlet at the O2

A new wave of restaurants is opening at the ICON Outlet, the urban outlet centre launched last year at the O2 in Greenwich, London. The additions mean there are a total of 34 bars and restaurants under the distinctive tented roof of the O2.

The new choices include By Chloe, a New York brand offering a vegan menu; Chinese hot pot chain Hai Di Lao; fish and chip brand Hook, which launched in Dublin and will be opening its second London branch; a branch of Beer + Burger; Mexican street food restaurant Benito’s Hat;  Indian street food brand Scarlet; and Thunderbird, a fried chicken chain created by former NASCAR driver Matt Harris.

By Chloe
By Chloe

“Our footprint in the UK is expanding and we are excited to confirm our second site in the capital will be at The O2. We’re delighted to bring our popular hot pot menu to North Greenwich giving us exposure to such a significant high volume of footfall and impressively wide demographic. This was a totally unique opportunity for us which we were keen to embrace,” says a spokesperson for Hai Di Lao.

“These latest additions bring an exciting food theatre to our existing food and beverage line-up at The O2, and together with the retail offer from ICON Outlet create an unrivalled and trend-led destination for our customers. Located just minutes from central London, the destination places an emphasis on customer experience, with brands deliberately chosen that will appeal to visitors in pursuit of engaging and inspiring retail and dining offers,” says Marion Dillon, leasing director for ICON Outlet.

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