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Carluccio’s London

More than 1,000 Carluccio’s staff have lost their jobs after 40 sites were shut by administrators, with the remaining restaurants acquired by the food industry tycoon Ranjit Singh Boparan. Carluccio’s was founded by the late chef Antonio Carluccio in 1999 and was owned by Landmark Group, a Dubai-based retail and hospitality conglomerate. London Marriott Regents Park and London Waterloo Station are two of the 31 restaurants acquired by Ranjit Singh Boparan, the owner of the Giraffe and Ed’s Easy Diner, Fox’s Biscuits and a supermarket chicken empire.

More than 1,000 Carluccio jobs lost as 'chicken king' tycoon buys chain
The Guardian
Sarah Butler

Carluccio’s Restaurants acquired in London are: Islington Development Kitchen, Marriott Heathrow, Marriott Regents Park, Waterloo Station, Richmond, South Kensington, St Christopher’s Place, St Pancras Station, Wimbledon. 

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