Byron, the chain of up-market burger restaurants, has secured its 16th site in London, after taking a new lease on the former Miso site in Hoxton Square, Shoreditch. The chain has taken a 6,000sq ft unit, which was formerly occupied by the Miso noodle concept, on a new 25-year lease, at a passing rent of £120,000 per annum. It is understood a significant premium was paid. The property comprises a ground floor and basement unit at 45-47 Hoxton Square. Byron, which is led by Tom Byng, opened its 15th site in Putney earlier this month. Davis Coffer Lyons (DCL) was instructed to dispose of a further three Miso sites as part of a strategy to consolidate its portfolio and expand into other regions. Jonathon Moradoff of DCL, said: “Hoxton Square remains one of London’s most fashionable destinations for restaurant and bar operators, as well as consumers and tourists. Hoxton is awash with the most fashionable independent operators and chains and Byron will only compliment these extremely popular offerings.”