Sushi Moka plans opening at Bubbling Well Square
The fusion restaurant will be open this Summer
Independent Japanese restaurant brand Sushi Moka is to open its second branch in London at Wandsworth’s Ram Quarter.
The restaurant focuses on Japanese fusion food and has taken a 15-year lease on the site at Bubbling Well Square, just off Wandsworth High Street and plans to open this Summer.
Sushi Moka will be moving in alongside Sambrook’s brewery, fine dining restaurant London Stock and Strike bowling. It will add to the food and leisure focus at the heart of the development, with Melbourne-inspired restaurant and coffee house Friends of Ours also due to open there in late spring.
Greenland, the developer of the former home of Young’s brewery, is aiming to create an experience-led retail and leisure hub with a focus on independent brands.
Christine Chen, owner and founder of Sushi Moka, said, “Ram Quarter’s emphasis on dynamic, independent brands makes it the perfect place for us to establish our first home south of the river. With our focus on quality and authenticity, we can’t wait for residents of Wandsworth and beyond to come in and discover our fantastic food for themselves.”
Chris Daly, Deputy Director, Commercial, at Greenland (UK), said, “Sushi Moka is an ideal fit for the vibrant food and leisure destination we’ve created, complementing our existing line-up of occupiers and playing well to our target demographics across Wandsworth and beyond. Ram Quarter is really cementing its reputation for offering bold, diverse and independent brands. With Sushi Moka onboard and the launches of Boom: Battle Bar and Strike late last year, we anticipate an exciting and successful 2022.”
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February 2, 2022