Australian all-day dining concept Brew has confirmed its fifth site in Chiswick, south west London on the former La Mancha site.

The latest 75-cover café is due to open mid-late October on Chiswick High Road in a 2,050sq ft unit.

Jason Wells, who founded the company, has secured a site in Maida Vale but the opening has been delayed subject to planning permission.

The menu will include its Hellfire Pizzas, which M&C understands Wells is looking to develop into a standalone dining format.

Brew is inspired by Melbourne all-day dining and serves brunches and fresh juices to blackboard lunches and informal dinners.

The menu includes sourdough bread, bacon, burgers and cakes are made in-house and delivered to Brew restaurants daily.

Wells opened the first Brew in Clapham in 2009 and has since added cafes in Wimbledon, Putney and Wandsworth.

Wells said: “We are delighted to be opening our fifth store in such a fantastic location on Chiswick High Road. The area is full of families which fits very well with our demographic and we’re very much looking forward to welcoming all of the locals and giving them a taste of what Brew has to offer.

“We’ll be open from 7am until 10pm serving everything from breakfast, brunch and lunch through to evening meals, which will include delicious pizzas baked in our wood-fired oven and even home-made burgers!”

Restaurant Property advised on the Chiswick site.