Vita Mojo has reassigned the leases of its Spitalfields and St Paul’s sites to K10 Restaurants, as it continues its evolution from restaurant operator to tech provider, MCA can reveal.

K10, the contemporary Japanese concept led by Maurice Abboudi, will operate the sites and Vita Mojo will power its technology stack.

Vita Mojo will be keeping its remaining Gresham Street site as a software development lab and as a showcase for prospective software restaurant partners.

The move takes K10 from five to seven sites, with the partnership to see Vita Mojo’s operating system, which includes a self-service digital ordering platform, rolled out across its estate.

Abboudi, executive director at K10, said: “The next stage in the development of K10 is to open takeaway and food to go units and we have been looking far and wide for a technology partner to help us to build the business. We found Vita Mojo on our doorstep and are now introducing Vita Mojo OS software into all 7 K10 sites.”

Nick Popovici, CEO and co-founder of Vita Mojo added: “As the software side of the business has gained momentum with amazing clients, we felt this is a great time to move to the next stage of our journey and continue to power K10 restaurants and many more future customers with our Vita Mojo OS software.”

Vita Mojo also partners with Elior catering company, Leon, Yo!, and Hop Vietnamese.

Its operating system helps partners digitise their business to improve efficiencies and gain insights into customer behaviour.

The company’s self-serve kiosks allow consumers to personalised orders, which can help target marketing to increase customer engagement and loyalty.