A new restaurant and bar called Ask for Janice has opened near London's Smithfield Market.
The Monday-to-Friday venue will serve breakfast from 7.30am, including pastries and sandwiches. Executive chef James Browne has also developed an all-day menu of small and large plates, and sharing platters.
There will also be a selection of 45 London gins, 50 craft beers and 20 wines by the glass, plus small batch roasted coffee from Coleman Coffee Roasters.
The décor includes reclaimed wood, vintage tiling, and a selection of contemporary art including an original Damien Hirst print and wall commission by Kid Acne.
Director of Urban Leisure Group, Hezi Yechiel, said: "We are very excited to be joining some amazing operators in this great part of London and hope the locals will appreciate the efforts we make in everything we do."
London-based company Urban Leisure Group also runs six other sites across the capital, including the Elgin, Central & Co, Graphic, the Gallery, and two Alice's House venues.