Casual-dining chain Bill's is to open its latest outlet on Northcote Road in Battersea, south London.
Set to open by the end of the summer, the 3,000 sq ft all-day restaurant will be located over two floors.
Breakfast will be served from 8am and will include dishes such as eggs florentine and granola with yogurt, while typical lunch and dinner dishes will include mezze, salads and steaks.
Casey Phillips, acquisitions agent at Shelley Sandzer, which acted on behalf of Bill's, described Northcote Road as being extremely sought after, with an extremely impressive tenant mix.
Bill's was founded in 2001 in Lewes, East Sussex, by Bill Collinson when he launched Bill's Café and Produce Store. The chain is now headed up by former Caprice Holdings managing director and Catey winner Andy Bassadone.
Today the company operates 39 restaurants and has plans to open four more, in Farnham, Liverpool, Cheltenham and Camberley later in the year.