Gordon Ramsay has further strengthened the pipeline of his Street Burger brand, with a new site at The O2 next month.

The restaurant will be the biggest yet for the casual dining brand, with 175 covers spread across two floors, and incorporating a patio terrace.

It is part of the Entertainment District at The O2, which is run by Waterfront Limited Partnership, a joint venture between AEG and Crosstree Real Estate Partners.

Gordon Ramsay Restaurants, led by CEO Andy Wenlock, announced plans to open another 10 sites in the UK by the summer, following the appointment of Antony Perring, formerly of Leon and Wagamama, as chief financial officer.

In recent weeks the group has launched five new restaurants, including three further openings under Street Burger in London’s Charing Cross, Kensington High Street and Woking.

Alistair Wood, executive VP of real estate and development at AEG Europe said: “We have made great strides throughout lockdown enhancing and varying our tenant mix. We are delighted with the addition of Gordon Ramsay’s Street Burger, another great offering to help diversity and drive the scheme forward as restrictions ease and content begins to come back to our venues.”