Mediterranean restaurant group Chucs will open its fourth London site in the Serpentine Galleries this month.
The all-day dining restaurant, inside Zaha Hadid's the Magazine extension in Kensington Gardens, will offer a variety of Italian classics.
The latest opening joins Chucs Dover St, Chucs Westbourne Grove, and Chucs Harrods.
Yana Peel, CEO of the Serpentine Galleries, London, said: "I am a great fan of Chucs both in Mayfair and Notting Hill. The food always hits the spot with friends and family; we felt the timeless style of the brand would perfectly enhance this extraordinary building."
The design of the 86-cover restaurant has been a collaboration between Stiff + Trevillion Architects, Peter Mikic Interiors, and Isometrix Lighting and Design, featuring distinctive contemporary furniture and striking colours.
Dishes offered will include pea and mint risotto with Parmigiano-Reggiano and micro watercress; and green harissa lamb rump, mint gel and cucumber as well as a number of Chucs Italian classics. They will be accompanied by an ever-changing wine list with a focus on seasonal old world and new world offerings as well as a wide-ranging cocktail menu.
Exclusive to Chucs Serpentine will be a take-away menu for those who wish to enjoy their meal outside in the royal park, featuring a selection of panini and pizzettes, homemade ice-creams and tiramisu.