Stoney Street restaurant, from the team behind 26 Grains, is to open in Borough Market, London, in October.
It will be open from breakfast through to dinner, with a focus on simple seasonal dishes.
The head chef will be Henrietta Inman, previously of Leyton’s neighbourhood restaurant Yardarm.
Breakfast dishes will include slow roasted tomato galette with tomato and chilli jam on fennel and coriander seed pastry; six grain and seed porridge with apples, blackberries, lemon cream, butterfly sorrel and puffed barley; and milk crepes with September plums, Neal’s Yard yoghurt and toasted nuts.
Lunch will include small plates such as warm chicory, pear and raclette salad; anchovies arreganate; focaccia sandwich with anchovy hazelnut butter, wilted cavolo nero, Yorkshire pecorino and land cress; or cioppino served with aioli and sourdough.
Dinner will feature pollock with fennel, orange, olives and braised lentils; pappardelle with wild mushroom sauce, sorrel, tarragon and egg yolk; and bavette with Swiss chard, taleggio and slow roasted shallots. Desserts will include chocolate mousse or meringue with seasonal compote.
The wine list will be curated by Dan Jeffs from Noble Fine Liquor, and will be relatively short, with five reds, five whites, one orange and one rose. There will also be a cocktail menu.
Interiors have been designed by Block1, and are simple and stripped-back, with original brushed concrete floors and lime-washed walls, with hand-built wooden furniture throughout.
Shelves above the kitchen counter will have home-baked granola, locally-sourced honey and loaves of bread for customers to purchase.
“My team and I have had such an amazing journey since starting 26 Grains five years ago and have learnt so much along the way,” says Alex Hely-Hutchinson, founder of 26 Grains and Stoney Stree. “Stoney Street will be a big sister to 26 Grains; slightly more refined, a longer menu, a coming of age. I can’t wait to welcome friends, family, and all our new locals to our new place.”