Mowgli will soon be joined by decadent cocktail chain The Botanist, Vietnamese restaurant Pho, and burger chain Honest Burgers have also opened their first outlet in Wales at the scheme.
All occupiers have agreed leases of 15 years or more, demonstrating their commitment and confidence in the Welsh capital. Cooke & Arkwright and Bruce Gillingham Pollard were instructed by owner Hermes as joint letting agents.
Huw Thomas, director in Cooke & Arkwright’s Retail & Leisure agency team, said: “The last unit of 1,370 sq ft unit on the ground floor is also now under offer, which will bring the scheme to full occupation.
“Church Street is in a highly desirable location in Cardiff within a stone’s throw of the city centre’s popular hotspots such as the Hayes and St Mary’s Street. These new restaurants and bars will be a welcome addition to Cardiff’s ever-growing hospitality scene.
“Over the last 10 years, Cardiff has experienced a huge shift from a solely retail offering and now offers an excellent food and drink scene. It’s great to see national occupiers signing long-term leases to operate in the heart of the capital.”
Victoria Broadhead from Bruce Gillingham Pollard added: “The introduction of these occupiers will give Church Street the new lease of life that has been needed for a number of years. Cardiff is such a vibrant city with a large, young professional population and a lucrative visitor economy. Mowgli is the perfect occupier for the cosmopolitan Cardiff customer and ideally complements the existing line-up. Having focussed exclusively on expanding nationally, Mowgli is a great example of the quality operators successfully trading outside of London.”