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Wagamama is planning to open 40 new restaurants and refurbish a further 100 over the next three years.
Wagamama is to relocate the London-based headquarters of its restaurant chain to a 7,000 sq ft unit at Seventy Six Wardour Street.
Wagamama is planning to open up to 50 more noodle restaurants over the next year, with the creation of 2,000 jobs.
Wagamama is planning to expand its chain of 89 noodle restaurants to 100 by the end of the year.
Wagamama is looking to open a further 15-20 noodle restaurants, having just announced the acquisition of four new sites.
Wagamama is planning to expand its chain of 71 restaurants with 20 new sites a year, and hopes to reach 300 by 2022.
Wagamama, the chain of 60 noodle restaurants, is expected to be acquired by Duke Street Capital for about £215m.
Wagamama is planning to expand its chain of more than 60 noodle restaurants with up to seven new outlets next year.
Wagamama is planning to expand its chain of 43 noodle restaurants with ten new outlets this year and ten next year, having appointed Montagu Evans to find suitable sites of up to 5,000 sq ft.
Wagamama is to expand its UK chain of 40 noodle restaurants with 12 new sites this year, and has also announced moves into the US, Denmark and Turkey.
Wagamama, the chain of 32 noodle bars, has been acquired by Lion Capital for £103m.
Wagamama has raised £13m to double the size of its chain of noodle bars to 50.
Wagamama is considering plans for a £50m flotation in order to help fund the expansion of its chain of 22 noodle bars.
Wagamama is planning to expand its UK chain of 13 noodle bars across the country, and is also looking to open sites in Australia and Germany.