London-based Thai restaurant group Rosa's is set to open a fourth site in September on Ganton Street, just off Carnaby Street.
The new "flagship" site will be overseen by founders Alex and Saiphin Moore. Rosa's Carnaby will serve a brand-new menu including 15 newly developed dishes, inspired by executive chef Moore's recent trip to Bangkok and Hong Kong.
The 1,250sq ft restaurant has 80 covers, with a bar area found on the ground floor, a basement area for 31 and an alfresco courtyard seating eight.
The design of the site, by Gundry & Ducker, promises to combine "contemporary and kitsch".
The restaurant will be open from lunch until dinner, with an average spend of £22.50. Take-away and online ordering will also be available.
Moore said: "Alex and I are extremely excited about the opening of our fourth site, with a new look and feel and serving a brand-new menu. We have worked really hard to maintain the success of our existing three restaurants and very much believe an iconic location like Carnaby Street, which is rapidly becoming a foodie destination in its own right, will allow us to build on our long-term vision for growth. We look forward to welcoming customers to our flagship restaurant soon."
The three other Rosa's sites are in Spitalfields, Soho, and Westfield Stratford.