Cakes chilli and juice fuel St Davidís
Published: 23 September, 2014
Pattisserie Valerie, Wahaca and Fuel Juice to open in St David's Cardiff
Patisserie Valerie is opening its first cafť in Wales at St Davidís shopping centre in Cardiff, which is jointly owned by intu and Land Securities. The patisserie has taken 1,090 sq ft on a 15-year lease in the Eastside catering quarter at St Davidís close to Pret a Manger, Edís Diner, Yo Sushi and Mount Fuji.
Wahaca has also announced plans to open its first restaurant outside London and the South East at St Davidís. The Mexican street food restaurant has taken 5,600 sq ft over two floors and will open this Autumn.
The St Davidís Partnership has also just signed Fuel Juice Bar for a 292-sq ft inline unit opposite the newly opened Primark on a 10-year lease, plus a kiosk on the lower Grand Arcade.
Julian Wilkinson, regional director at intu, on behalf of the St Davidís Partnership, said: ďCardiff is such a vibrant hub for retail and leisure and year after year St Davidís continues to attract firsts to Wales. Primark is now open and I am sure that the Fuel Juice bar will be a welcome addition to this end of the centre. Wahaca and Patisserie Valerie are exceptional brands that bring something very different to Cardiff.Ē
St Davidís Partnership is represented by Jones Lang LaSalle and Cushman & Wakefield.