Opening in Battersea at the end of the July, the new restaurant comes 17 years after the first The Table opened in Southwark.
It will serve a brunch menu that will include dishes such as smoked ham hock and chorizo hash, served with wilted spinach and topped with a fried free-range egg: a chicken burger with grilled buttermilk-marinated free-range chicken thigh, Southwark hot sauce, home-made mayonnaise, avocado, sliced tomato and gem lettuce; and brunch club, made with crispy streaky bacon, sausage, free-range scrambled eggs with maple syrup, served on either pancakes or gluten-free waffles.
The new location, on Battersea Rise, will also be open in the evenings serving a selection of small plates and cocktails.
"This launch is an exciting new chapter for The Table and we can’t wait to share our fantastic food and service with a brand new community,” says owner Venus Loudon.
“After 17 years of serving our loyal customers, we felt it was time to spread our wings and offer our brunch experience to a wider audience."
Like many hospitality businesses, the Table was heavily impacted by the Covid-19 pandemic with owner, Paul Appleton appointing Loudon as a director to help run the business. Loudon now co-owns the restaurant alongside Appleton.