More information has been released on chef Shaun Rankin's new venture, a restaurant in private club 12 Hay Hill, which is set to open next year.
The private members "business and social club", designed to appeal to London-based entrepreneurs and international businesspeople, is set to open in February, with the restaurant coming a month later.
First announced in October this year, with Rankin's identity as the chef only revealed this month, the site is expected to offer a brasserie-style menu inspired by his background on the Channel Island of Jersey. There will also be a bar, a terrace overlooking Berkeley Square, private dining, a daytime delicatessen, and the option to eat at the club's business desks.
Ingredients and dishes will draw on his work in Jersey, which has most recently included the Michelin-starred, 3 AA-rosette restaurant Ormer.
Commenting on the new restaurant, Rankin said that the site would serve dishes based on Jersey produce, such as seafood enhanced by the island's tidal flow, and organic fruit and vegetables enhanced by its long hours of sunshine.
He said: "It's fantastic to have a prestigious venue in Mayfair to add to the business portfolio and I look forward to introducing something totally new to the club clientele."
Desk membership-residences at the club are to start at £6,600 for six desks minimum (£1,100 per desk), per month, while simple club memberships are expected to cost £150 per month (with a joining fee of £500), which includes access to the new restaurant, as well as the bar, lounge, gym, showers, and business facilities.
Originally from County Durham, Rankin launched restaurant Ormer in Jersey in early 2013, and opened a deli next door to it in December last year. He has historically made it clear that he would be interested in London-based projects.