Peter Sanchez-Iglesias' new restaurant Decimo opens in the Standard London hotel, King's Cross, on 10 October serving up Mexican and Spanish flavours in a 10th floor dining room.
The executive chef, behind Michelin-starred Casamia and Paco Tapas in Bristol, said: "Decimo is all about bringing Spanish and Mexican food together. The combination of my Spanish roots combined with my research and fascination with Mexico, where I was massively inspired by the completely new, yet familiar flavours. This sparked the concept of bringing Mexican influence and technique into our favourite cuisine - Spanish, and showcasing fantastic British produce to execute the menu alongside some of the most renowned artisan drinks producers in Spain and Mexico."
The 114-cover restaurant will offer panoramic views of the city through the floor to ceiling windows encircling the space. Reached via a red lift from Euston Road, it includes an open kitchen, bar area and two private dining rooms.
Dishes will include jamon croquetas, caviar-topped tortilla, a table-side prepared Caesar salad, a vegan mushroom paella, suckling pig shoulder, XL langoustines and rib of beef. There will be a la carte service and two Chef's tasting menus priced at £65 or £95 per head.
The drinks programme will include an agave offering designed by Niki Nakazawa as well as a selection of mezcals and racillas made using traditional methods in clay, copper or hybrid stills.
Standard International CEO, Amar Lalvani, said: "Peter is one of the most talented young chefs in the UK, or perhaps anywhere. Not to mention just a totally unassuming, lovely person.
"We immediately saw eye to eye on how we could create something genuine, flavourful, welcoming, social and just fun. The idea of teaming up and giving him this platform to cook food he loves feels just right."