The club, founded by Master Sommeliers Xavier Rousset and Gearoid Devaney, has announced it will be opening its doors to non-members for the first time to coincide with the Anglo@Trade launch.
Anglo head chef Anthony Raffo, whose CV includes heading up the kitchen in the likes of Texture and Pied a Terre, will oversee the operation, serving an all-day menu of small plates and à la carte dishes.
There will also be a five-course tasting menu available, featuring fermented mushrooms and black truffle risotto; and venison with junipers, black pepper, celeriac and pickled blackberries.
Trade has previously only been accessible to its hospitality industry members, but now a limited number of restaurant tables will be available for non-members to book during set times.
"I'm incredibly excited to be involved in this new venture, bringing Anglo to Soho,” says Jarvis.
“I’m looking forward to providing something new for Trade’s members and Anglo fans.”
Last month it was announced that Jarvis was also joining forces with Rousset to reopen the historic Gunmakers pub in Marylebone, with plans to launch a 40-cover restaurant as part of the venture this month.
Earlier this year Jarvis closed his London restaurant Stem just over a year after it opened, in order to “revaluate” his plans for the site.
He previously ran Neo Bistro in Mayfair, which closed this year after he stepped away from the project.
Farringdon restaurant Anglo, which was named Best Newcomer 2016 in the Observer Food Monthly Awards, continues to operate.