Italian brand Dez Amore will open a 1,178sq ft unit at 273 Fulham Road in what will be its sixth venue.
Founded by Simone Parentini and Leonardo Masi, Dez Amore serves a menu of traditional Italian dishes with a fusion twist. The new Chelsea site will join its other London venues in Camden, Wood Wharf, Canary Wharf, Elephant and Castle, and Mayfair.
“Chelsea is such an established area in London and we are so pleased to be launching our flagship restaurant in this sought after location,” says Masi.
“Our concept has moved from strength to strength over the last few years, and we look forward to bringing our culinary culture and sentimental experience to the Fulham neighbourhood, with this site marking a key signing for our expansion plans in the capital.”
Kings342, the new coffee bar and street food concept by Street Food Markets, is also set to join the Sloane Stanley estate at the end of the month, taking a 1,277sq ft site at 342 King’s Road.
The site will offer a menu of Filipino dishes alongside cocktails and live entertainment.
Coffee company Kiss The Hippo will also open on Fulham Road with a 600sq ft café that will serve its carbon-negative coffee along with a selection of pastries, cookies and focaccia.
“The Fulham Road is known for its authenticity and independent brands, making it the perfect addition to Dez Amore and Kiss The Hippo’s portfolio of sites around London,” says Hannah Grievson, property director at Sloane Stanley.
“Diversifying and evolving our dining offer within the Estate has long been a priority for us, ensuring we provide a good balance of offer, and it’s exciting to also welcome Kings342 to the mix and deliver a Filipino twist.
“We’re looking forward to welcoming these three innovative and London-based concepts to the Estate later this year as we continue to champion the very best of independents.”