Marugame Udon to open sophomore UK site at London’s The O2

The 4,500 sq ft restaurant spans over two floors will feature 150 covers.

Following its debut European site in London’s Liverpool Street, Marugame Udon has lined up another location in the capital with a second opening at The O2 in Greenwich on September 13.
The 4,500 sq ft restaurant at The O2 spans over two floors will feature 150 covers including a mezzanine for dining in. A pick-up point for click and collect customers will also be available.

This will be the chain’s second restaurant in Europe, ahead of further expansion around London and the continent.

Janine Constantin-Russell, MD of Icon Outlet and the Entertainment District at The O2 said: “With the reopening of the arena, we’re excited to also be welcoming back music fans to the destination, and Marugame Udon’s quick service style is a fantastic dining option for our visitors to enjoy a bite to eat ahead of a show.”

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