UK restaurant chain comes to Belfast

Published Tuesday, 01 May 2012
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A Pan-Asian restaurant is set to open in Victoria Square, creating 40 new jobs in the Belfast shopping centre.

UK restaurant chain comes to Belfast
Pan-Asian restaurant Cosmo is expected to open in Belfast later this year. (© Cosmo)

The 10,000 square foot COSMO restaurant is expected to open at the end of the summer and will be the chain's fifteenth property in the UK.

Diners will be able to watch chefs prepare meals at the Live Cooking Station and eat dishes from nine countries, including China, Vietnam, Thailand and India.

The chain's CEO said: "COSMO endeavour to take our customers in the UK on a gastronomic journey through the Far East and Asia, and make sure our loyal customers have the opportunity to taste original Far East and Asian foods every day."

Savills Belfast, who acted for Victoria Square's landlord, have welcomed the new addition to the 17 eateries already in the centre.

Anne-Marie Lonergan, of Savills said: "Given that they offer excellent fresh food along with value for money, I have no doubt that this will be a very successful venture.

"With the recent opening of Superdry, and more openings to be announced, it has been a very successful year to date for the Victoria Square".

© UTV News
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Tomc in Belfast wrote (1,006 days ago):
Victoria Square - aka Belfast city centre. Now just what will the council do to rejuvenate the rest of the ailing city centre. Maybe more copper fangs in the street'll do it! Or maybe more £1 shops for those who can ill afford the 15% to 25% mark up on rrp added to cover the Victoria Centre's rents. While i'm not a fan of our new city centre, it angers me more that the council seem to be letting the other 90%+ of shopping areas go to hell in a hand cart.
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