Michelin-starred chef Christoffer Hruskova aims to bring the taste of modern Danish baking to London with his first bakery and café.

As reported by BigHospitality, The Bread Station plans to open at Arch 373, Hemsley Place in London on 4 June and will produce a range of organic breads, pastries and sweets. Products will include the Familigia, a traditional wheat flour bread, and Hindbaersnitter, which comprises raspberries baked between pastry.

The bread will be made using natural fermentation methods without the addition of extra yeast, using a style inspired by Hruskova’s time working with Per Brun, founder of Copenhagen bakery chain Emmerys.

Hruskova was born in Denmark and has run several restaurants over the course of his career, including North Road in Clerkenwell. He left the latter in 2012 after falling out with co-owner Viviane Lorans over the future of the business.

Hruskova told BigHospitality: “I wanted to open a bakery for a very long time [sic] to showcase modern Danish Baking.

“At The Bread Station, we make bread with actual flour and no additives, and the Danish pastries with the best ingredients and real butter. I am so excited that I am finally ready and can present The Bread Station to London.”

Last November, Brød, a Danish-style bakery and café, was opened in Cardiff by Betina Skovbro.