Arcade Food Theatre to launch at London’s Centre Point 

The new development on the ground floor of London’s Centre Point building will open this July offering an extensive choice of eateries.

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Featuring six kitchens, three bars, a bakery counter, coffee shop and a terrace, Arcade Food Theatre will join the growing number of food halls appearing in the capital.

Brands announced include Pophams Bakery serving their famous maple bacon croissant; Tóu by TāTā Eatery with katsu sandwiches; Pastorcito from the Harts Group offering a Mexican-inspired menu; Turkish Cypriot kitchen Oklava; Casa do Frongo’s sister restaurant Casita do Frango; Chotto by Chotto Matte with Japanese-Peruvian cuisine; and Flat Iron Workshop showcasing beef from independent UK producers.

‘The Loft,’ an “incubation-focused mezzanine kitchen space,” will showcase innovative culinary concepts.

With further details to be announced, Arcade Food Theatre will open this July.

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