Crispin, the all-day café and wine bar concept, has secured its second site, MCA understands.

The concept has taken the former Urban Tea Rooms in 19 Kingly Street in Soho.

Crispin has a site in Spitalfields, where it serves specialty coffee, low intervention wines, seasonal small plates and sourdough pizzas.

The business is run by Oliver Hiam and Dominic Hamdy, who are also behind scotch egg company Scotchtails, and Aldwych coffee shop Lundenwic.

Urban Tea Rooms was founded by Sophie Hudson before being taken over Coffeesmiths Collective, which has since gone into liquidation.

Distrkt and Hanover Green Retail acted on the deal.

It is the latest letting from landlord Shaftesbury, which recently announced the signing of a second site for Chinatown Bakery, due to open in Spring.

Meanwhile, Korean crispy chicken specialists, Wing Wing, opened a new flagship at 47-49 Charing Cross Road.