Announcing the move on Instagram the former Portland and Clipstone chef says the project will be a partnership with a hotel.
He wrote: “We will serve a little menu of home grown organic vegetables and products sourced from friends in the surrounding villages. There will be gorgeous bedrooms, fine cider and lovely wine. I will make further announcements on the name of the restaurant, exact location and hotel partnership.”
Labron-Johnson was a co-founder of the Woodhead Restaurant Group and opened London’s Portland restaurant in 2015 at the age of 23. It went on to win a Michelin star in the 2016 edition of the red book.
He opened the more casual Clipstone in 2016, and the company has since launched Quality Chop House and Emilia.
Labron-Johnson left the business in 2018 to focus on opening his own restaurant.
He will continue his executive chef role at The Conduit, a London members’ club committed to creating a positive social impact, alongside the new restaurant.