French restaurant brand Brasserie Blanc will open its 19th site, in Fulham Reach, south west London, this May as part of the group's 21st year of trading.
The brasserie will be located in the former Haig Distillery in the new St George residential and leisure development on the Thames waterfront, near Hammersmith Bridge. The 3,175 sq ft space offers 120 covers inside with an additional 50 covers on the terrace.
Designed by Jordan Littler, a large central bar and open kitchen pass will be flanked by two raised areas, one offering a lounge and dining space, and the other for private events of up to 30 people.
The brasserie will offer a menu of classic and modern French dishes using seasonal ingredients designed by Brasserie Blanc's executive chef Clive Fretwell.
CEO Mark Derry said: "It is exciting to be opening a new Brasserie Blanc in London. The Fulham Reach development is impressive and the site we are taking is set to be a showstopper with a central bar surrounded by more than 100 dining covers. We are all looking forward to opening the doors of the new Brasserie Blanc in May."