Trailblazing Indian fine dining restaurant Tamarind in London's Mayfair, will reopen next month following an eight-month rebuild.
The site, which lost its place in the Michelin Guide this year after closing for the refit, had originally been slated to open this month - but this has been put back to November.
A specific day for the launch has not been provided.
The site will be headed up by Karunesh Khanna and Manav Tuli, who will both serve as executive head chefs.
The menu is expected to reflect the diversity of Indian food with a contemporary eye by offering lighter, fresher dishes that challenge preconceived notions around the cuisine in the UK.
Planned dishes include tandoori quail with caramelised gooseberry; tandoori prawn balchao with spicy and tangy chilli marinade; masala tossed lamb brain; pistachio crusted grilled lamb chops; and butternut squash kayle seekh.
Following the extensive refit the restaurant will now feature an open kitchen and a lighter, brighter atmosphere. The capacity has also doubled in size - now capable of serving 152 covers.