Spanish restaurant group Ibérica has confirmed it will open its sixth restaurant on 17August on the ground floor of the Zig Zag Building - the 187,000 sq.ft high-end commercial and retail space - on Victoria Street.

Following a £1.2 million investment, the 346sqm restaurant and bar will cater to 142 covers across two floors with a 42-cover terrace. Two private dining rooms will seat between four and six guests.

Key feature pieces include a large bull’s head on the wall alongside cabinets of famous La Cartuja de Sevilla crockery and a ceiling strewn with hanging garlands of dried garlic, herbs and chilli. The all-white bar has been constructed to represent a kitchen stove for solo diners and small groups to gather.

A deli will stock a wide range of artisan products imported from Spain, available to take away all-day and include gourmet seafood preserves, cured meats, olives, cheeses and sherries from Jerez.

Iberica is set to sign a £3m deal with Santander to fund the next stage of its expansion.

The company, headed by managing director Marcos Fernandez Pardo, will use this second tranche of finance from the Spanish bank to open the in Victoria, plus its next site in Leeds.

The Leeds restaurant, in a former auction house on East Street, will open later this year.