Landing on 2 July, the 76-cover restaurant will serve lunch and dinner, and will also house late night cocktail bar Levels 46 which has a license to stay open until 5am.
The restaurant will serve "typical izakaya" dishes such as chicken katsu; teriyaki chicken; udon noodles; salmon poke; tuna tataki; hot wings; miso aubergine; and thinly sliced beef and onions simmered in sake and soy sauce served with an onsen egg and pickled ginger. Matcha-infused desserts will also be available.
Targeting the area’s city workers, the restaurant will be offering express lunches to take away as well as delivery via Deliveroo and Ubereats.
Décor at the two-storey restaurant will be in keeping with the Japanese izakaya style, featuring an open plan kitchen and communal tables.
The restaurant’s name comes from the lyrics to a Japanese karaoke song, translating to ‘the fox’s wedding’.
When it opens, it will be facing lunchtime competition from the likes of Wasabi and Itsu, both of which have outlets nearby.