Cabana, the Brazilian barbecue concept from Jamie Barber, has closed its Leeds branch, after appointing KPMG to review its options.

The mid-market restaurant group closed three sites last year in Islington, Brixton and Newcastle, with the latest closure leaving it with six sites.

Backed by the Duke of Devonshire, property tycoon Nick Leslau and celebrity chef Loyd Grossman, Cabana Brasilian Bar and Grill is understood to have hired advisers from KPMG to review its options.

Barber has rebalanced the previously meat-heavy offer at the group.

He also runs Haché, the premium French burger restaurant group, with Ian Neill and Edward Standring, launching a seventh site in Kingston-upon-Thames, turning the former Cau site in Riverside Walk into Haché Riverside Social.