Busaba Eathai opens first site outside London

By Mark Stretton

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Busaba Eathai opens first site outside London
Busaba Eathai, the Thai restaurant chain founded by Alan Yau, has opened a site in Bicester Village, Oxfordshire, the company’s first outside of London.

The group, which is backed by Phoenix Capital Partners and run by operations director Jale Erentok, is looking to expand into further locations close to the capital, and plans to open three to five sites a year for the foreseeable future.

Busaba Eathai currently operates five sites in London, with its latest restaurant in the capital opening in the Westfield Shopping Centre.

Wagamama founder Yau opened the first Busaba Eathai, his interpretation of the Thai canteen, on London’s Wardour Street in 1999

Mark Stretton is editor of BigHospitality’s sister publication, M&C Report.

For a full interview with Jale Erentok see Busaba Eathai's Business Profile on BigHospitality.

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