Barnyard, the new restaurant project by Ollie Dabbous and Oskar Kinberg, is expected to open next month in London's Charlotte Street.
The chef, who picked up a Michelin star for his debut Dabbous in Fitzrovia just eight months after opening, had made an application to Camden Council for the site in October.
Charlie Bolton will be general manager, while Joseph Woodland will head up the kitchen.
Barnyard, as the name suggests, will feature a nod towards the agricultural in its interior design, through the use of reclaimed timber and corrugated tin.
Sample dishes include homemade sausage rolls with piccalilli; roast beef on toast with warm horseradish buttermilk; and apple and cloudberry crumble with clotted cream.
The drinks menu will feature cocktails, such as Hedgerow Shandy (sloe gin, cider, pink grapefruit & tonic), boilermakers amd homemade lemonade. Milkshakes will also be on offer, with flavours including popcorn and lavender, served either virgin or alcoholic.
Kinberg, co-owner of Dabbous, described the aim of the new venture: "We wanted to do something fun and upbeat, and are delighted to assist Charlie and Joseph, who are both extremely talented and hard-working.
"It's not another burger or chicken joint. Just home-cooking, done well and without all the washing-up."
Bolton was a member of the opening team at Dabbous, before he went on to manage the bar at Burger and Lobster in Mayfair. Woodland trained at the Square before moving to Launceston Place.