The group behind Ottolenghi, the upmarket vegetarian deli shop-meets-café concept is to call its new brasserie in London’s Soho Nopi. As revealed by M&C Report in August, the group will open a restaurant on Warwick Street, serving a menu inspired by the flavours of the Mediterranean, Middle East and Asia. It will serve breakfast, lunch and dinner and offer both individual and sharing plates. Nopi will open at what was Club Bar & Dining, the venue owned by Simon Jordan, the colourful entrepreneur who used to own Crystal Palace Football Club. The group is believed to have acquired the leasehold to the site for £500,000 through Davis Coffer Lyons. Israeli-born Ottolenghi teamed up with Noam Bar, Sami Tamimi and Jim Webb in 2002 to set up Ottolenghi, which now has shops in Belgravia, Islington, Kensington and Notting Hill.