All-day dining restaurant Poppy's Place will open in London's Fulham next month.
The first venture from Scarlett Guess, who has experience in her family's restaurant Rowley's on Jermyn Street, and chef Alastair Prichard, the restaurant will offer breakfast, brunch and lunch dishes, before serving more robust dishes with a focus on steak in the evening.
In the morning the restaurant will serve English breakfast alongside brunch dishes such as hash browns and hot smoked salmon with horseradish crème fraiche, while at lunch it will focus on its toastie menu, with highlights including roast beef and emmental with gravy dip.
A menu of small plates will be on offer in the evening along with a selection of daily changing specials and steaks. Sourced from Lake District farmers, the steaks will be served with salads, homemade condiments and unlimited chips. Specials will include grilled market fish with olive oil mash and gremolata or gratin of kale and Stichelton with soufflé potatoes.
The restaurant has been designed by Nicola Harding Design. Its panelled room is furnished with an eclectic mix of vintage furniture and quirky lighting.