Steak group Goodman is to open a new restaurant at the One Chapel Place building in London's West End.
The new site will be the fourth Goodman restaurant after Mayfair, the City and Canary Wharf. The group also runs four restaurants under its Burger & Lobster brand.
Goodman has taken a 25-year lease at One Chapel Place, located just off Oxford Street, at an average rent of 300,000 per year for the first five years.
The new restaurant will be Goodman's first premium concept, offering high quality steaks and wine. It will also feature a heated cigar courtyard.
Misha Zelman and George Bukhov-Weinstein of Goodman's said: "We were very impressed by the location of the restaurant space in the building. It has good energy. It will be a unique and a very interesting restaurant. In addition to premium steak we will serve Russian live king crab."
One Chapel Place is a five-storey office building owned by the West End of London Property Unit Trust, managed by Schroders and advised by Grafton Advisors.
Goodman Restaurants is a Russian company which started in 2001 in Moscow. George Bukhov joined Goodman Restaurants as an investor before becoming a director. He was sent over to the UK in 2007 to open Goodman on British soil.
The original Maddox Street restaurant was followed by ventures in the City and Canary Wharf, and their rapid ascent was soon to be matched by the stratospheric rise of the Burger & Lobster concept.