The brands will launch this September.
Italian pasta bar Strozzapreti and Japanese “soul food” restaurant Nanban are set to join KERB’s Seven Dials Market in a couple of months.
Strozzapreti was founded by the original Franco Manca team, aiming to introduce a “fresh approach” to pasta with sustainability high on its agenda.
Franco Manca co-founder Bridget Hugo, Andrea Beccaceci and Giuseppe Mascoli make up the braintrust of the new Italian concept.
Nanban, courtesy of 2011 MasterChef winner Tim Anderson, takes influences from Afro-Caribbean, Latin American and Middle Eastern cuisines.
His upcoming outlet at Seven Dials Market will use local produce from the market’s Cucumber Alley where fresh produce will be sourced and sold daily.
Seven Dials Market looks to provide a “space between street food and full-service restaurant experience”. The two restaurants join an earlier line-up of traders, including Club Mexicana, Yum Bun, INK, Square Root, Rice Guys and Pick & Cheese.
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