Giraffe, the Tesco-owned chain, has confirmed that it will open its new KIOSK concept in King’s Cross Square at the end of March.

The new format, which was revealed by M&C Report last October, will be the second Giraffe unit at the station following the opening of Giraffe STOP in June last year and the company said there are plans to open further KIOSK sites, as well as larger STOP sites at travel hubs across the country.

Designed by Harrisons, the 385sq ft KIOSK is based around “functionality and quick, easy accessibility”.

It follows a round shape that allows customers to progress through an ordering and collection system. The focus is on quick service, casual dining on the go and quality food.

KIOSK will serve grab and go hot curry pots, freshly-made sandwiches and toasted global wraps, healthy salads, freshly-pressed juices, pastries and handcrafted coffee. It will be open early until late, with breakfast served to 11.30am.

Russel Joffe, co-founder of Giraffe, said: “We are delighted to be able to open our first KIOSK in the fantastic King’s Cross development. Our giraffe STOP site has performed well above expectations and we are confident KIOSK will enjoy the same success.”