Sited on King’s Road, the restaurant will open its doors on 30 October and will serve breakfast, lunch and dinner available to eat in or to take-away as well as bread and patisserie, including a new variant of its Instagram famous cube croissant.
The open-plan restaurant and deli will have cream leather seating and a wrap-around deli counter and will serve French rotisserie chicken, available to take away or to eat in, alongside a selection of seasonal salads. It will also have circular marble-topped tables at the front of the room.
The food offer has been created by group executive chef David Alves and will include breakfast items such as eggs Benedict; and avocado omelette with caviar, while for lunch, there will be a selection of salads, hot plates and daily specials, sandwiches and quiches.
From 10am onwards the cube croissant will be available in a variety of flavours including pistachio, vanilla and chocolate as well as the first savoury cube. From mid-afternoon, it will offer a champagne afternoon tea.
The first Le Deli opened in Piccadilly in 2019.
The launch follows the recent return of the L'Atelier Robuchon concept to the capital on the site that was formerly Le Comptoir Robuchon.