Bone Daddies has taken premises 48 James Street, formerly occupied by Café Rouge, on a 15 year lease at £185,000pa.
Bone Daddies first opened in Soho in 2012 and now operates six other restaurants throughout Central London. The chain is owned by Ross Shonhan, the former head chef of world-leading Japanese restaurants Nobu and Zuma.
Victoria Shiells, asset manager at BMO Real Estate Partners, said: “Bone Daddies is just one of a number of new restaurant offers that we will be welcoming over the next 12 months to St. Christopher’s Place, which is one of London’s favourite outdoor all day dining and shopping quarters.”
Davis Coffer Lyons acted for BMO REP.