K10 to open new site

K10 secures new site, in fundraising talks 18/10/2012 14:13:00
K10, the London-based ‘kaiten’ (conveyor belt) Japanese restaurant concept, is set to open its second site in the city after securing the former Ping Pong unit in Appold Street.The group, which was founded by Chris Kemper in 2000 and acquired by the Maurice Abboudi-led Red Hot Restaurants at the start of 2010, hope to open the new site before the end of the year and will create 35 jobs in the process.The company is currently negotiating a fundraising and is hoping to announce something on this front in the next few weeks.Kemper said: “Our priority is just to serve great quality food and provide really good, friendly service – the rest will take care of itself. The beauty of K10 is you can be in and out with 15 minutes or spend an hour over lunch and you can eat very healthily or treat yourself. We have a bank of almost 150 dishes plus weekly specials. We have a restaurant, takeaway and can deliver – we regularly deliver lunch and dinner all over the City and Canary Wharf.”    www.k10.com

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