The team behind Brew will be opening a new all day-dining venue called Antipodea near Kew Station in London later this month.
The 80-cover restaurant will be housed in the Old Post Office on Station Approach and will join the group's five other Brew Café sites in Wimbledon, Clapham, Putney, Wandsworth, and Chiswick.
Antipodea will include classics from the Brew menu as well as a selection of wood-fired pizzas, robata grill dishes, daily bakes, and seasonal specials.
The eatery's internationally-influenced menu takes inspiration from executive chef James Brown, who recently joined the group.
The classically trained chef, who has gained experience in London and Manchester restaurants, will work with head chef Moran Etedgi, who brings an Israeli fusion of flavours.
Dishes will include scallops and broad-bean purée teamed with a melody of fennel and mandarin relish, as well as vegetarian options such as Bengali aubergine and tofu salad with seasonal punches of cavalo nero, pomegranate jewels and roasted spices.
The dessert menu will feature a selection of cakes and mini dessert pots from banoffee pie to a poached pear and ginger crumble.
David Rawlinson, founder and agency director at Restaurant Property, which advised on the sale of the 1,073 sq ft site, said: "I am sure that the residents of Kew will be thrilled that Brew Café's new venture Antipodea have chosen to open in their area. The group have a fantastic reputation for serving real, honest and delicious value food and Antipodea is guaranteed to be on a par."
Brew Café was founded by Jason Wells in 2009. The exact date of the restaurant opening is yet to be finalised.
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