Two new restaurants are set to open in the new London dining area in Kingly Court, just off London's Carnaby Street.
The first will be a Greek restaurant named the Life Goddess, and the second Señor Ceviche, offering Peruvian cuisine and cocktails.
The 1,250 sq ft, 80-seater SeÁ±or Ceviche is inspired by Lima market life, and will focus on Peruvian cuisine, such as barbecued meat, salads, and, of course, ceviche. It will also have a menu of traditional, in-house pisco cocktails, Peruvian beer, and South American wine.
Shelley Webb, from Kingly Court owners Shaftesbury Plc, said: "The Life Goddess, experimental divine and SeÁ±or Ceviche are exactly what Kingly Court is all about - fresh, authentic food enjoyed in a lively environment."
The restaurants are the latest to be announced in a host of venues within the 19-strong development, which also includes Italian-style sites Pizza Pilgrims and Frigittoria, American diner Stax, Japanese ramen bar Shoryu Carnaby, health-conscious deli The Detox Kitchen and yoga café Retreat Café.