Inito, a new Indian Street Food concept, has secured its first site in London, as part of plans to eventually open up to eight sites in the capital.

The new venture, which is the brainchild of Bruce Kamp, former head of operations at Vital Ingredient, Behrooz Khossousi, a former GM at the salad bar chain, and Suarav Nath, has taken the Malletti Pizzeria unit in Spitalfield.

The business has instructed Colliers International to seek sites in excess of 1,500sq ft, specifically in affluent locations, such as Holborn, Canary Wharf, the West End, Picccadilly, Shoreditch and Hammersmith.

Developed to provide a “travellers view” of India, the concept comes from a combination of traditional Indian food and the local burrito delicacy typically found in Indian cuisine.

It is thought that the branding and food has been created to reflect traditional Indian street food, offering quick and healthy options.

Advisers Lewis Craig, who acted on behalf of the vendor, said: “A high level of interest was received for the premises from a wide range of restaurant operators both niche and established names. Inito bring further cuisine diversity to the development, complementing existing operators Pizza Union and Japanese Canteen.”