A new British-style restaurant named 108 Dining Room is set to open on 3 November in London's Marylebone.
The site will offer simple British dishes from executive chef Russell Ford (previously of the Grove), such as tiger prawns with garlic and parsley butter, pork chop with a cider glaze, and chocolate fondant with peanut butter ice-cream.
There will also be a small plates menu listing options such as Coca-Cola chicken wings, and foie gras and black truffle sausage roll.
An extensive drinks list will feature 40 wine bins, English sparkling wine, and cocktails such as the 108 Edition with Maker's Mark, spiced orange liqueur, Drambuie and angostura; and the Thyme Out, with gin, cucumber and thyme-infused Midori, plus lime, kiwi, elderflower and Champagne.
The newly redesigned site, which will feature red leather, antique mirrors and dark oak, will now have a bar and all-day dining area, plus a more formal dining space. Former Asia de Cuba and the Club at the Ivy manager Tanya Yilmaz will take over as general manager.