Busaba Eathai, the Thai restaurant chain founded by Alan Yau, has secured a site at the recently completed Angel Building in London’s Clerkenwell. The company, which is backed by Phoenix Capital Partners and run by operations director Jale Erentok, will open a restaurant at the scheme before the end of this year. The group opened its eighth site, an 108-cover restaurant in Floral Street in London’s Covent Garden, at the start of this month The chain, which opened its first site outside the capital in Bicester Village in February, will open its ninth site at the Westfield Stratford city development in September. The group is also expected to open on the King’s Road in Chelsea before the end of the year, which will take its estate to 11. Wagamama founder Yau opened the first Busaba Eathai, his interpretation of the Thai canteen, on London’s Wardour Street in 1999. Jamie’s Italian, the casual dining chain spearheaded by Jamie Oliver, also secured a site at the Angel Building earlier this year. Shelley Sandzer and CBRE advised landlords Derwent London on the Angel Building deals.