Market Halls has announced the line-up for its Victoria venue, which includes Inception Group’s healthy-eating concept Squirrel, Press Coffee, and a spin-off brand from Breddos Tacos.

Other concepts joining the scheme include Chinatown favourite BaoziInn, fish and chip shop Kerbisher & Malt, Fanny’s Kebabs, and Koya Ko, a spin-off from Japanese noodle bar Koya, which has posts in Soho and the City.

Gopal’s Corner by Roti King builds on Kalpana Sugendran Sugendran’s popular restaurant, Nonna Tonda serves traditional, handmade pasta and bunshop is from the chef duo behind Hackney’s Marksman pub, serving filled, baked savoury British buns.

Flank, Brighton chef Tom Griffiths’ nose to tail concept, completes the line-up, following his London debut at Nuno Mendes’ The Kitchens in Spitalfields Market.

Squirrel is an all-day, fast-casual, healthy eating concept created by the Inception Group founders and their wives, Charlie and Anneke Gilkes, and Duncan and Zoe Stirling.

It has a physical site in South Kensington, with Stirling telling MCA earlier this year of plans to use a residency at Swiss Cottage Deliveroo Editions to test demand for the offer.

Super Tacos comes from Breddos founders Nud Dudhia and Chris Whitney, with a more authentic and concise offering inspired by Tijuana’s hole in the wall eateries.

Press Coffee’s Victoria site will be the fifth London outlet for Davide Pastorino and Andy Wells’ speciality group.

Based at the former Pacha site on Terminus Place, the Victoria site will also have three in-house bars and seating for 400.

It is the second of three London openings announced at the start of the year, following Fulham and preceding Oxford Street.

Further regional sites are set to be announced in 2018, including York and Liverpool, with a target to open 10-12 food halls over all.

The venture is led by chief operating officer Simon Anderson, a backer of Pit Cue, and Andy Lewis-Pratt, formerly of Xscape, and backed by a small team of individual investors with a background in property and leisure.

Anderson said: “Victoria is a reinvigorated and dynamic district that is currently experiencing massive regeneration. We found a site in the heart of Victoria that has been derelict for years, after we restore the building back to its former glory, we look forward to bringing something new and exciting to the area.

“Victoria has an interesting mix of customers, we expect it to change throughout the day and week. We’re anticipating a combination of local residents and workers during the daytime, with commuters figuring heavily before and after work (we’ll provide the perfect place to sit out any transport delays) alongside tourists and theatregoers during the early evenings and especially at the weekends.”