Baraka, the name of which is said to relate to an old wooden home where people socialise, live and eat in Turkish, will be set within a listed building adjacent to Liverpool Street station.
The restaurant will include an elevated bar area and outdoor terrace, with the interior design featuring a colour palate of sea blues, terracotta and charcoal.
There will also be an open kitchen with an open-flame Mangal grill.
Baraka’s menu will be created from recipes sourced from across the Ottoman Empire, combining locally-sourced produce with ingredients found along the Silk Route.
The main menu will feature mezza plates of hummus with lamb, pine kernels and mixed herbs; hand rolled pastry filled with feta cheese and herbs; and 12-hour marinated aubergine with mixed pepper and onion. baked in tomato sauce.
Grill options will include a selection of meats such as 24-hour marinated chicken or lamb shish, served with yoghurt, tomato sauce and home-made bread.
The menu will also feature a dish of slow-braised shoulder of lamb tagine, served on the bone with prunes, apricots, almonds and rice.
Desserts, meanwhile, will include home-made baklava served with rose and Turkish delight ice cream.