Comptoir Libanais, the London-based Lebanese fast-casual concept, is to open a pop-up concept in Soho.

The four-strong group, which is led by Tony Kitous, has taken on the former Food Secret site in Broadwick Street and is set to launch a semi-permanent offer at the A1 site, with no timescale placed on how long the venture will last.

The chain currently operates four sites in the capital in South Kensington, Wigmore Street, Westfield London and Westfield Stratford.

Kitous is also the man behind the Middle Eastern cuisines of Levant, Pasha and Kenza, plus the Shawa concept in Westfield London.

Shelley Sandzer is believed to have acted on behalf of landlords Derwent in the Soho deal.