Corbin and King are opening two new restaurants in London, one in the City and another in Notting Hill.

The Wolseley, Delaunay and Brasserie Zédel operator is taking on the former House of Fraser department store on King William Street, and will also open a restaurant in the old Royal Bank of Scotland building between Pembridge Road and Pembridge Gardens in Notting Hill.

Co-founder Jeremy King said it was unclear which restaurant would open first but that the Notting Hill restaurant had been delayed.

The City restaurant, neat Monument tube station, will be housed in a building known as the ‘Gateway to the City’ and will be restored to its former glory.

Writing in his newsletter, he said: “A beautiful great room but sadly, unlike the Wolseley, all the original internal architectural features have gone – so we are going to effectively reinstate!”

Meanwhile the group is set to open pescatarian restaurant Manzi’s in Soho this spring.

Split over two floors, the restaurant is a similar size to Brasserie Zédel and will have a 1940s whimsical style.

Named after the now closed iconic seafood restaurant that used to sit just off Leicester Square, Manzi’s is due to open at the end of May.