Rossopomodoro, the Italian restaurant chain, is set to open its fifth site in the UK later this year, after securing a unit in London’s Camden. The group, which is owned by Change Capital, has taken a site along with Byron in the new development in Jamestown Road, with an opening expected in April. The company currently operates three restaurants in central London in Chelsea, Covent Garden and Notting Hill, plus a site in the food hall of Selfridges in Birmingham. M&C Report reported last July that the company is looking to more than double the size of its estate following its acquisition by private equity group Change Capital. The company, which is led by managing director Handley Amos, has retained property adviser Richard Susskind to seek sites for its UK rollout, with units in affluent suburbs inside the M25 also under consideration. Change Capital acquired a majority stake in the Rossopomodoro, which comprises 113 outlets in Italy and eight overseas, including two in the US, in January last year. The deal valued the business at around Eu53m (£44.7m). CBRE acted on behalf of the landlord in regards to the Camden deal.