The Real Greek and Project Pie to launch in Southampton

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Mediterranean restaurant, The Real Greek, and US build-your-own pizza restaurant, Project Pie, have both joined the line-up of new restaurants at WestQuay Watermark, a £85m dining and leisure development in Southampton.The Real Greek’s 325 square metre restaurant on the scheme’s lower promenade will be the brand’s second site outside of London, while Project Pie’s 130 square metre unit extends its presence to the South Coast.

Offering customers a unique experience to create their very own pizzas, the brand hopes its concept will revolutionise the way customers can enjoy their food by incorporating a fun and personalised approach to casual dining.

Sarah Fox, head of restaurants and leisure at retail developer Hammerson, said: “We are delighted to welcome both Project Pie and The Real Greek to the scheme. Each restaurant allows visitors to enjoy a different taste from around the world, building on the vibrant mix of global cuisine that the development already promises to deliver.”

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David Page, chairman of The Real Greek, commented: “WestQuay Watermark is an ideal location for us to open our second restaurant outside London – a new and vibrant scheme, it is well positioned on the South Coast and will be a big draw for customers from Southampton as well as the surrounding area.”

Susan Canavan, at Project Pie, added: “The premium destination will allow for a wide variety of people to enjoy our authentic build-your-own pizzas. We are proud to be expanding and be able to provide more people with the chance to experience our artisan pizzas and the fresh ingredients that we boast as part of our food offering. ”

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