Bobo Social, Sugo, Tasty Jerk and Pot & Rice have been revealed as the latest independent operators set to open in Southwark’s Elephant Park development.

Bobo social, formerly located in Fitzrovia, is reopening this month on Sayers Street. It will occupy a 1,740 sq ft space and serve a variety of large and small plates.

The 360 sq ft Sugo site will be its first bricks and mortar venue, crowd funded by a kickstarter campaign. The brand currently operate several food trucks throughout London, offering Italian street food inspired by dishes served in Rome and Palermo.

Caribbean takeaway operators Tasty Jerk will serve classic Caribbean dishes using locally sourced ingredients. The restaurant, formerly located in Artworks Elephant, is a 600 sq ft site and is already open to the public.

Also open is pan Asian operator Pot & Rice. In its 1,030sq ft space the restaurant offers modern Asian cuisine from rice pots to Cheung Fun rice pastries.

The openings follow last month’s announcement that Miko’s and Bayroot, two South London based restaurants, are set to open in the development in Spring.

“The recent openings and announcements for Bobo Social, Sugo, Tasty Jerk and Pot & Rice add to the offer for the local community and highlight our commitment to building a sustainable and balanced offer of independent operators within Elephant Park,” said Guy Thomas, Head of Retail at Lendlease. “Our leasing plan has been designed to help emerging brands benefit from the affordable and accessible retail opportunities available.”