Patty & Bun, the burger concept, is set to further strengthen its presence in the capital, with an opening in Notting Hill, MCA has learnt.

The six-strong group, which is led by Joe Grossman, is believed to have secured the ex-Book & Comic Exchange site in Pembridge Road near Notting Hill Gate station.

The company, which has a site lined up for next year at the redeveloped BBC Television Centre in Shepherd’s Bush, opened in Redchurch Street and Goodge Street earlier this year.

This summer, it secured £2m in growth funding. New World Private Equity, which is led by Nigel Berger, led the growth funding round for the concept to aid its next stage of growth.

Berger joined Patty & Bun as a director near the end of last year along with long-serving Harris and Trotter partner and M&A specialist Stephen Garbutta.

Grossman told MCA earlier this spring that his aim is to do seven or eight ‘gems’ in London, each with a completely different personality.

Shelley Sandzer acts for Patty & Bun.