Jamie Bianco Ltd has secured a second site for Jamie Oliver’s new concept Union Jacks, in London’s Chiswick, M&C Report has learnt. The high-profile chef and partner Chris Bianco are understood to have acquired the French Kitchen site in Chiswick from Relish Restaurant, the Ed Standring-led group, for its British-influenced, wood-fired flatbreads concept. The first site under the new brand launch last week in the Central St Giles Piazza development in London’s West End. The Chiswick site was secured on a new lease expiring on 29 September 2030 at a passing rent of £130,000 per annum exclusive. A premium of £270,000 was paid in total for both 217 and 219-221 Chiswick High Road. Relish placed its French Kitchen brand and sites on the market last month as it considers different opportunities in the sector. French Kitchen was launched earlier this year on the sites of the two former Villandry Kitchen units in Chiswick and Holborn. It recently agreed to sell its two Café Pasta-branded units Stratford-upon-Avon and in London’s Shaftesbury Avenue to Tasty, which is set to convert them to its Wildwood brand. The deal will leave one site operating under the Café Pasta brand in London’s Covent Garden. Earlier this year, Nando’s acquired the Cafe Pasta on Kensington High Street. Davis Coffer Lyons is believed to have acted on behalf of Relish, with Fleurets acting on behalf of Jamie Bianco Ltd.