Benito’s Hat Mexican Kitchen, the London-based restaurant chain, is planning to open further sites this year after securing its fourth unit in the capital in King’s Cross train station. The group, which was founded by former tax lawyer Ben Fordham, is eyeing a further two sites in London, before looking at opportunities outside the capital. Fordham told M&C Report: “We have grown slower than we planned over the last year. However, that was a conscious decision after opening our Oxford Circus branch in order to ensure we had the people and systems in place to enable us to maintain our high standards of quality and service with the growth. We believe we have done that now and are really excited about what the next twelve months will bring.” It’s fourth and latest site, at the station’s redeveloped concourse, is scheduled to open on 18 March. The chain currently operates further sites in Goodge Street, Covent Garden's New Row and Great Castle Street near Oxford Circus. The business specialises in made-to-order Mexican street food, with a menu that is overseen by executive chef Felipe Fuentes Cruz. Benito’s Hat also serves a range of cocktails made from 100% Blue Agave Tequila as well as traditional Mexican beers.