The opening will also mark Ben Denner’s first permanent restaurant having launched Lucky Chip as a pop-up in 2011.
The new venue will server over 100 different wines, as well as burgers and classics on a ‘more extensive menu’.
Lucky Chip’s original burgers such as Cheeseburger, Kevin Bacon, Royake with Cheese and El Chappo, all of which can be upgraded to a 50-day dry-aged Galician beef-patty. New to the permanent site will be a selection of small and large plates including a 54-day aged Rib-eye Steak and Peppercorn Sauce, and the Australian-inspired Chicken Parmigina.
The bar will be designed with hand-selected glass bricks from around the UK, with strip-lighting highlighting the back bar of vintage-bottled and decanted bourbons and ryes.
The dining room will take inspiration from the all-American steak houses of the 1980s with dark hues and greens adorning the walls. Chandeliers will hang from the ceiling alongside emblematic artwork on the walls. There will be an outdoors dining area for the Summer months.