Benugo, the restaurant and deli operator, has five openings lined up for 2015, founder Ben Warner told M&C Report.

The group has secured a site at Birmingham New Street station to open a high-street style café this summer. An additional railway location in central London is close to being secured for another cafe-deli site.

Under its public spaces division it will open a concession in Oxford Library, which is the only public space opening planned in 2015 as the Warner said the group is focusing on high street locations and sees scope for a further 10 high street cafés in London to grow its current estate from 12 to 22.

This weekend saw the opening of a restaurant in Regents Park and a café at the Wellcome Institute museum.

Warner said the business is forecast to grow by £10m in new openings but this could be generated from fewer high street locations or more small locations to ensure it only enters spaces that are relevant to the brand and its ethos.

At present, the majority of the Benugo estate is in central London but Warner is interested in expanding outside of the capital as its brand becomes more familiar thanks to its presence in public spaces such as Oxford Library and Edinburgh Castle.

Warner added he is interested in growing the Benugo presence in airports after the success of its first opening in Luton Airport, which has been trading for two years and Warner said is performing “really well”.

Benugo operates c.60 venues in public spaces such as museums and galleries; concessions in offices and workplaces; and restaurants as well as deli-style cafes on high streets, Luton airport and railway locations including St Pancras International.