London-based wine bar group Vinoteca is to open its fifth site in the city's One Pancras Square, King's Cross, in late March.
Head chef will be Kieren Steinborn (former head chef of the Swan at the Globe), who has created a new menu based on Mediterranean flavours with world influences. Typical dishes will include hot smoked Scottish salmon with quinoa tabbouleh; grilled Cornish mackerel with warm pickled vegetables and capers; and pannacotta with poached rhubarb.
Naturally, wine will be a key focus, with two available fresh on tap, alongside a range of keg wines, and even a selection of low- and no-alcohol varieties designed for breakfast time, which will be offered alongside other traditional breakfast drinks such as Champagne and Moscato.
The menu will also feature espresso for £1, fresh pastries, and breakfast dishes such as coddled eggs and grilled Manx kipper, with mustard butter and lemon.
Décor will include a 20ft horseshoe-shaped zinc bar, and 10ft-tall floor-to-ceiling windows to increase the flow of natural light.
First founded in 2005, Vinoteca is owned by Brett Woonton and Charlie Young, with sites in Farringdon, Marylebone, Soho and Chiswick.