Russian hospitality group Table Talk has confirmed it will open the first branch of its French all-day dining restaurant concept, Jean-Jacques, in Soho next month.

The brand was launched in Moscow in 2004 and now has 12 branches in the city and St Petersburg.

As revealed in M&C in February, the group will open across three floors of a Frith Street townhouse.

The company said the new brasserie and wine bar will offer “traditional French cuisine from omelette with Gruyere cheese and daily baked croissants with coffee in the mornings, through to a well-priced lunch with wines by the glass and dinner in the evenings where the venue really comes to life.

Dishes will include French classics such as steak tartare, salad Niçoise, grilled poussin, Provençal puff pastry tart with spinach and chocolate fondant.

The site will seat 100 and will have a rooftop terrace, open for dining and drinking in the late summer, with heaters and rugs come winter.

Table Talk, which has 35 restaurants, cafes and pubs, was founded by Igor Galkin, a prominent entrepreneur; Mitya Borisov, founder of popular bars and nightclubs; and Dmitry Yampolskiy, a lawyer, entrepreneur and managing partner of Table Talk.

Jean-Jacques London chief executive Nick Borisov, said: “I’m thrilled to be in London and to open our first European project, especially in the legendary Soho area with its diverse cultural and social scene.”