The restaurant will switch Japanese eatery Nobu, which Assets Week discovered previous week were being vacating the room following fifteen many years.
Il Borro will take the eleven,000 sq ft site for what is understood to be in excess of £200 per sq ft.
The restaurant is set to open up afterwards this calendar year and will sit alongside other prestigious venues including Captivating Fish, Annabel’s and The Arts Club.
Knight Frank acted on behalf of landlord LRC for fifteen Berkeley Sq. and Dean Gambles & Co acted for Il Borro.
“We are delighted at bringing a piece of Italy’s Tuscan location to London’s planet-course restaurant location in Mayfair,” mentioned Josh Braid, companion in Knight Frank’s central London team.
“After a world-wide research for this renowned flagship, we are impressed with Il Borro’s tradition, creativeness and consideration to element creating this combination a certainly thrilling prospect for London’s high-quality dining scene.”