The hall will feature eight new kitchens, an independent restaurant, a counter dining experience, and a standalone bar and outdoor dining.
It marks the restaurant group’s first venture to consist of multiple brands operating under a single roof.
The food hall is set to feature cuisines from across the globe, including Thai curries, Indonesian street food, North Indian fast food, Spanish tapas, Middle Eastern shawarma, Japanese sushi, and American burgers.
Jyotin Sethi, co-founder of JKS, said that the group is “delighted to reveal” the new Centre Point site.
He added: “We’ve always had the aspiration to create a venue that hosts a breadth of creative new brands as well as fostering up and coming talent within the hospitality industry.
“Arcade is the perfect space for us to do this, both with the physical site and through London’s first digital food hall.”