Spanning two storeys, Scarlett Green will open at 4 Noel Street in May, and will serve the brand’s signature Antipodean food and cocktails.
The restaurant, which will be overseen by ex-Coya general manager Francesco Sica, will offer over 24 Australian wines by the glass, which the group says is the capital’s largest Australian wine list.
Heading up the kitchen will be Dominik Moldenhauer, who takes his experience from working at Dinner by Heston, as well as head chef roles at Greenhouse in Perth; and The Shed in Notting Hill.
Menu items will include popular Australian snacks such as Vegemite, truffle and cheese doughnuts; spicy tuna tostadas; and Bondi hot prawns.
Main course dishes will include a ‘giant chicken parmigiana’, designed for sharing, alongside rare-breed aged steaks, grilled on a Josper grill.
Popular desserts from the group’s other restaurants will also be on the menu, including its award-winning banana bread sandwich.
The group, founded by Prue Freeman and her husband Tom Onions in 2012, currently operates eight restaurants and cafes in the capital. The founders have said that they plan to open a further six in the next two years, including sites outside of London.
Daisy Green counts itself as one of the capital’s first street food traders, and started out serving Australian-style coffee and smoothies across markets and festivals.
It has since grown into a group of all-day cafes and restaurants serving bottomless brunch, healthy lunch and dinner.
Late last year, the group launched two barge restaurants - Darcie and May Green - at the Grand Union Canal at Paddington Central. The two 50-metre boats are painted with designs by British pop artist Peter Blake,