The Cloud has signed a deal to deploy wireless broadband access at the Wagamama restaurant chain.
Consumers dining at the Japanese-themed noodle house will be able to take advantage of public Wi-Fi services, enabling them to access the web on their laptops and media tablets.
The Cloud is set to install wireless broadband capability at almost all of Wagamama's restaurants across the UK, and all future sites as they open.
Ingrid Williams, Director of Marketing at the firm, commented: "Our philosophy is about positive living as much as positive eating, so anything that improves the experience for our customers is important to us.
"A number of our restaurants are in below-ground locations, where the 3G signal is unreliable at best and often non-existent, which means fast, reliable Wi-Fi is even more vital."
Vince Russell, Managing Director of The Cloud, said lots of high street outlets now recognise the importance of providing their customers with a quick, reliable internet connection.
"Consumers are increasingly demanding 'always on' access to mobile entertainment and communications. The Cloud's state-of-the-art network therefore delivers real benefits to our partners and their customers."
Earlier this month, The Cloud extended its deal with the City of London to provide outdoor wireless broadband services in the Square Mile.