Gordon Ramsay has confirmed the second location for his casual concept Street Burger, a former Byron site on 24-28 Charing Cross Road.

The 2,070 sq ft restaurant is spread over two floors, and is set to open in April with outdoor seating.

Street Burger debuted in St Paul’s in December 2020, and is part of a ‘street concept’ series of restaurant in Ramsay’s London portfolio.

He launched a third and fourth Street Pizza sites in December, in Southwark and Battersea Power Station.

A third Street Burger is set to launch in Kensington High Street.

In September 2020 the chef-patron said he planned to open 50 more restaurants in the UK.

Nick Weir, co-managing director at Shelley Sandzer, which acted for Landlord Gascoyne Holdings, said: “Charing Cross Road runs right through the heart of London’s West End, and this site therefore needed a really strong brand that could play its role in bringing vibrancy back to the capital. Street Burger will do just that and their signing a vote of confidence in the West End.”