Baker and Spice, the Patisserie Holdings-owned café group, will launch at the site later this year.
It will be joined by Battersea Brewery – a craft beer microbrewery with a bottle shop and tap room, alonsgide Tonkotsu and Cinnamon Kitchen.
The opening will be the first new launch for Baker and Spice since its unsuccessful trial in Brighton in 2016. The site has since been converted to its sister Patisserie Valerie brand.
“Battersea Power Station is fast emerging as London’s newest and most exciting food and drink destination," says Rob Tincknell, CEO of Battersea Power Station Development Company.
"We are delighted to welcome to the line up several more fantastic operators that share our passion for creating a new, unique community focused destination for London.”
The announcement marks the first anniversary of the opening of the riverside walk area of the Battersea development, which is already home to operators including Danish pizzeria Mother, Francesco Mazzei’s Fiume and seafood specialist Wright Brothers.
Also opening this year are Australian-inspired Ben’s Canteen and all-day restaurant Pedler Cru.