Gordon Ramsay's latest restaurant, London House, is set to open on 4 February.
The new venture, on the site of what was Bennett Brasserie and Oyster Bar in Battersea Square, launches after a three-month remodel that has seen a complete refurbishment of the interior.
It is expected to have a strong focus on "quality British produce", and will be headed up by Irish-born head chef Anna Haugh-Kelly.
Dishes on the European-inspired, seasonal menu include: crab and scallop tortellini with black radish and crab broth; roasted venison haunch with cauliflower purée and lentil ragout; and frozen nougatine with rhubarb purée.
Joining Haugh-Kelly at London House will be restaurant manager Paul Halliwell whose 17-year career has included spells at the Glasshouse in Kew, Odette's in Primrose Hill and most recently La Trompette in Chiswick.
The main dining area promises a "contemporary" feel in shades of dark blue-grey with well-spaced tables, soft leather seating complimented and a dark-stained wooden floor.
The original wood and copper-topped long bar has been restored to become a central feature.
The restaurant will be part of the Gordon Ramsay Group, run by managing director Stuart Gillies. It has 25 restaurant worldwide and seven Michelin stars, with 12 of those restaurants in London.