The company will transform a former bank building in the town centre in to a ‘spacious’ restaurant with a mezzanine floor, while the old bank manager’s office is to act as a private dining area.
“Atmospherically, the restaurant will follow all our premises to date by having a pastiche of many different styles with a noticeable nod towards the 1920s,” says managing director Andrei Lussmann.
Lussmann previously worked for Fish Diner and Corney & Barrow in the City of London before setting up his eponymous restaurant group in the capital in 2002.
The group moved to Hertfordshire in 2004 and has since opened four restaurants in St Albans, Hertford, Harpenden and Hitchin.
Hospitality entrepreneur Luke Johnson, a former chairman at PizzaExpress, became a major shareholder in Lussmanns last year ahead of plans to expand the brand.
Lussmanns is a founder member of the Sustainable Restaurant Association (SRA) and holds the maximum three-star sustainability rating.
The Tring restaurant will open in June.