Marcus Wareing's upcoming London Seven Dials restaurant, Tredwell's, has confirmed that it will open on 25th September.
Tredwell's was first announced in March this year, and is expected to serve British food with international influences.
Part of the Marcus Wareing Restaurants group, the three-storey, 5,500 sq ft site will mark Wareing's continued development as a restaurateur. His two-Michelin starred restaurant at the Berkeley hotel, newly-rebranded as Marcus, also re-opened this year.
Andrew Ward will be Tredwell's head chef, having worked under chefs such as Bruce Poole at Chez Bruce, and at Chiswick restaurant La Trompette, while existing assistant restaurant manager at Marcus, Nick Skarkalis, will be new restaurant manager.
There will also be a wide selection of gluten-free and vegan dishes available, such as those that use bulgur wheat instead of rice or a cabbage wrap instead of a tortilla; and vegan-friendly ice cream.
The cocktail menu has been designed by Dev Eames, group bar manager from restaurant-bar the Gilbert Scott, including titles such as A Pocketful of Rye and Sparkling Cyanide (in reference to the Agatha Christie novels), plus a wine list chosen by the restaurant group's executive sommelier, Michael Deschamp.
Commenting on the new site, Wareing said: "Tredwell's marks the beginning of an exciting stage of growth. I am so proud of the team we have created. The future of our company is down to the team to create something for their future growth too."
Speaking at the time of the initial announcement, Wareing said: "Tredwell's marks a significant new departure for my business as it is the beginning of an exciting stage of growthâ¦It is a project from Marcus Wareing Restaurants and the skilled and experienced team that we have created, which will be led by group operations director Chantelle Nicholson."
The restaurant is set to join a number of other high-profile venues in the Seven Dials area, including Flesh & Buns, Ape & Bird, Roast + Conch, Hawksmoor, Homeslice, and La Compagnie des Vins Surnaturels.