Corbin & King, the group behind The Wolseley and The Delaunay, is in advanced talks to open a restaurant in London’s Notting Hill Gate.

The Graphite Capital-backed company is believed to be close to agreeing to take an 11,000sq ft unit at Stranton Properties’ proposed redevelopment of 66-74 Notting Hill Gate

The property, which is owned by Enstar Capital and Princeton Investments, currently comprises a mixture of retail and residential accommodation and is arranged in two distinct blocks, 66-70 Notting Hill Gate, understood to have been built in circa 1880, and 72-74 Notting Hill Gate, constructed around 1934.

Shelley Sandzer and CBRE are understood to be advising on the restaurant part of the scheme.

Corbin & King recently opened its first hotel in Mayfair, The Beaumont, which includes The Colony Grill Room.

Earlier this spring, it opened new restaurant Fischer’s on Marylebone High Street.