Italian coffee group Ca'puccino is to open its sixth UK site, in London's Tottenham Court Road, in mid-March, amid wider international expansion plans for the business.
The new venue is expected to open on 12 March, and will be the latest in a UK portfolio that also includes sites in Harrods, Heathrow Terminal 2, the King's Road, and Westfield London shopping centre.
It is also set to have an outdoors terrace area, and offer a take-away service.
The opening will be the latest in a series of expansions from the business, which in July 2013 announced an expansion drive thanks to a £5m investment deal struck with Italian firm B4 Investimenti.
The interior has been designed by Cibic & Partners Architects, who also created upscale fashion department store La Rinascente in Milan, and is focused on hand-crafted Italian interior décor and furniture pieces.
The group has also announced plans for its 11th Italian site in May, in Piazza Diaz in Milan, with a new menu created in partnership with two Michelin-starred chefs.
It also confirmed the signing of a 10-year franchising agreement with Evolvence Capital and Marka Holdings, for 10 new sites in the United Arab Emirates (UAE). The first is set to open in Dubai this summer, as the first of five overall for Dubai, with another five set for the capital Abu Dhabi within the next decade.
Founded by Giacomo Moncalvo, Ca'puccino's first UK site opened in London's Harrods department store in 2008, and has since expanded to high-end locations across the capital. It offers a changing menu of sweet and savoury options, based on seasonal ingredients made according to traditional recipes from across various Italian regions.