Gordon Ramsay is to open a new restaurant, named Street Burger, in London's St Paul's area this week.
Announcing the news on social media over the weekend, Ramsay said the site will launch in the One New Change development, where he opened Bread Street Kitchen in 2011.
He said: "We started doing pop-ups a couple of years ago. We've got this beautiful concept called Street Burger at One New Change kicking off literally days from now."
The chef said Street Burger will offer a burger, fries and drink for £15 a head and seat 60 customers.
Chips will be made using a potato brand overseen by Pierre Koffmann, who Ramsay trained under as a young chef.
Street Burger is the third new London restaurant Ramsay is opening this week when national lockdown restrictions lift in England. The chef is also launching Street Pizza in Southwark on 3 December and the first UK Gordon Ramsay Burger at Harrods.
Ramsay is planning to open 50 further restaurants in the UK over the next five years, including Street Burger sites outside of London.