100 Islington will serve a mix of small sharing plates when it opens on Upper Street on 27 June.
It is the brainchild of Peter Crozier-Clucas, a former operations director at Giraffe who left the chain in 2012 to develop his own restaurant brand.
A statement released to the press said: “100 Hoxton began life as a passion project; a pan-Asian food-led operation which has evolved over the last two and a half years to become a restaurant, bar and community stalwart. 100 Islington will build on this with a more spacious interior, larger bar and hidden events space.”
Chef Francis Puyat - formerly of Yotam Ottolenghi’s NOPI - will be heading up the kitchen, serving dishes including Singapore Soft Shell Chilli Crab, Peanut and Lime; and Courgette and Halloumi Fritter with Preserved Lemon Yoghurt.
Guests will be able to create their own £30 five-course tasting menu, alongside a £15 set a la carte menu and £5 takeaway lunch option.
Unlike its Hoxton counterpart, the 140-cover restaurant will feature a 60-cover Bauhaus-inspired bar complete with a hanging steel structure and ‘cloud light formation’.
100 Islington is running a soft launch at 270 Upper Street from 21 - 26 June before officially opening on 27 June.