Founded by friends Alex Large, Arthur Campbell and Tasos Gaitanos, the London-based group currently operates sites in Angel’s Camden Passage and Balham.
The restaurant’s interior will feature banquette seating with larger tables available for groups, while outside will be a pergola-covered courtyard serving cocktails, coffee and light bites.
Breakfast options will include Brother Marcus’ ‘signature’ Step Sister breakfast plate with sweet potato, courgette and feta fritters, avocado, spinach, kale, turmeric yoghurt and a poached egg.
A sharing menu will be available throughout the afternoon and evening featuring a selection of pide breads; kefalotyri saganaki cheese encrusted with seeds; grilled pork kebab made with spiced pork mince and wrapped in fat.
“We’ve drawn great inspiration for the new restaurant from regular research trips to the Eastern Mediterranean,” says the founders in a joint statement.
“We’ve found so much fantastic produce and discovered exciting new recipes and techniques, and we can’t wait to open in Spitalfields, where we’re looking forward to joining a thriving food scene.
“Our new home will feel slightly elevated and refined: Brother Marcus is growing up.”