Landsec has actually announced the signing of The Real Greek, the contemporary Aegean restaurant, at Bluewater. The letting takes Bluewaters Plaza to full occupancy, while introducing a brand-new idea to add much more variety to the locations food and beverage line-up.
The Real Greek, presently the UKs only group of genuine Greek restaurants, will introduce the Bluewater outlet later this month; a 155-cover, 3,900 sq ft space designed with the operators special Eastern Mediterranean design. It is the destinations first-ever Greek restaurant, further boosting Bluewaters qualifications as a destination with a breadth of choice that forms a really all-day deal.
The brand develops a modern Aegean experience of Greek dining and hospitality, with a broad choice of conventional Greek meze dishes, combined with flame-grilled meats and souvlaki covers. Most of its components are sourced straight from the finest providers in Greece, and embody the cooking heritage of the nation.
Rob Hardie, Portfolio Director for Co-Owner and Asset Manager of Bluewater, Landsec, commented: “Having The Plaza completely let is a clear indication of the appeal of Bluewater for operators, along with the strength and significance of F&B in leading retail destinations. We desire to make sure that our visitors are consulted with an abundance of choice, and have the ability to spend the whole day at Bluewater exploring and experiencing different things. Adding new ideas such as The Real Greek is in-line with our strategy to widen the series of foods on offer to our visitors, specifically in The Plaza, our fast-casual dining hub.”
Nabil Mankarious, Managing Director at The Real Greek, added: “Were happy to be opening our 21st outlet in Bluewater and to be the very first Greek restaurant to operate within the destination. Were happy to continue to prosper as the market recovers from the pandemic and we are confident that this place will contribute to our success and additional expand our existence on an excellent scale.”
This news follows the recent signing of Big Easy at Bluewater, for its very first location outside of London, and Landsecs positive half-year results announcement, which indicate the increasing value of dining and leisure in developing a compelling, all-day deal for a location.