Restaurant group Bumpkin is set to launch its fourth site, on Sydney Street, Chelsea, in June.
The restaurant, set in a Georgian townhouse, is spread over three floors and has a total of 187 covers, with 65 in an outside space known as the Secret Garden, and up to 30 in the private dining room, the Botany Club.
The interior design of the restaurant aims to reflect the English countryside. The ground floor will contain dark woods, deep burgundy upholstery and fruit prints, illustrating autumn and winter. The top floor dining room and Botany Club will feature pale green hues, botanical wall prints and potted plants, bringing spring and summer indoors.
The ‘Potting Shed' bar, filled with an array of plants and herbs, leads through to the Secret Garden, designed by double RHS Chelsea Flower Show medal winners, Second Nature Gardens.
Bumpkin claimed that the garden will also be the first place in the UK to have a Bertha Oven, an outdoor version of the Josper Oven.
Executive chef Raymond Fulton-Corrie's menu will champion seasonal British ingredients. Signature dishes include pies, classic fish dishes, salads, healthy grills and a variety of Sunday roasts served.
The wine list will include sustainable, organic and biodynamic bins alongside premium spirits, draft beers, cider and cocktails including a dedicated Bloody Mary menu.
The restaurant will be open seven days a week and the average price per head is £30.
Tina English, managing director of Ignite Group said: "I'm delighted to be opening our fourth site in Chelsea. It's a great location and we're confident that our traditional British menu and beautiful outdoor space will be a hit with both visitors and local residents. This is an exciting time for Bumpkin, with plans in the pipeline to expand to 20 venues across the UK within the next five years."
Bumpkin's three other venues are in Notting Hill, South Kensington, and Westfield Stratford City, where it operates its new Kitchen, Bar & Grill format.