Tragus Holdings, the casual dining group, is to unveil two Ortega outlets in the City of London this autumn. The operator of Cafe Rouge and Bella Italia will launch its fledgling Spanish tapas concept at Leadenhall Market this September and at Smithfield's Market this October. The new developments will take the chain to three outlets, following its July debut at a leisure park in Harlow, Essex. The outlet is thought to be recording weekly sales approaching £30,000, net of VAT. The company, led by Graham Turner, plans to have four Ortega outlets open by the end of the year. It intends to open a further five in 2007. The first of two Ortega's in London's financial district will open on the former site of the Leadenhall Wine Bar while the second will replace an Abbaye in Smithfield's. The development of Ortega is intended to establish a Spanish division alongside its existing French (Cafe Rouge) and Italian (Bella Italia). In addition Tragus will operate a fourth division with standalone restaurants and brasseries, such as Oriel at Sloane Square and Amalfi in Soho. Separately the company has converted all of its Mamma Amalfi outlets to its Bella Italia format.