Leon to double in size over the next year

By Luke Nicholls

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(L-R): Henry Dimbleby and John Vincent founded Leon with a site in Carnaby Street in 2004
(L-R): Henry Dimbleby and John Vincent founded Leon with a site in Carnaby Street in 2004
Leon has this month opened the first of a planned twelve sites over the next year as the restaurant chain looks to 'create fast food as it might be in heaven'. 

The new format restaurant in More London, near City hall and HMS Belfast, started its first week as one of the three highest taking sites in their portfolio. Leon's co-founder John Vincent says the restaurant is culmination of an improved food offering and realigned price ranges. 

“Over the last year we have improved our offer," said Vincent. "We believe our food is better than ever and we now have dishes at prices to fit all budgets. It is time to take Leon to more people."

The More London site opened shortly after Heathrow announced that it has chosen Leon as the only'fast food' restaurant in its new Terminal 2. 

The chain was founded in 2004 by Vincent and Henry Dimbleby with the aim to 'make it easy for everybody to eat good food'. Since opening its first site in Carnaby Street, the company has grown steadily and currently has thirteen restaurants in London, including one at Bluewater in Kent and one in Heathrow’s Terminal 3. 

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