The team behind Claude's Kitchen in London's Parsons Green is set to open a second site, called the Tommy Tucker.
The new restaurant will be located at 22 Waterford Road near Fulham Broadway in the site of what used the be the Pelican, and is set to open in January next year.
The 80-cover site is owned by Claude Compton (pictured), Jim Morris and George McCabe, and will offer lunch and dinner, as well as a list of beers and spirits, as well as home-infused gins and bourbons.
Named after the cockney rhyming slang for "supper", the new venue will be underpinned by the founders' affection for the traditional London pub.
Compton, who is 29 years old and founded Green Goat Food street food, and is co-founder and executive chef of Claude's Kitchen, said: "As a chef, people assume you will open a gastro pub. We aim for The Tommy Tucker to transcend this label. Yes, it will have a very unique and strong food and drink offering but we ultimately aim for it to be the best version of what a traditional pub should be, a fun meeting place and the pub we would choose to drink in."