The pubco will be opening the Kings Arms, Hanwell, in mid-May shortly after opening the Norbiton, Kingston, south-west London, on 26 April.
Following a “significant investment”, both sites have undergone major internal refurbishments to update the environment for customers as well as new kitchens.
“The pubs we are developing with Ei are all about local people, craft beer, awesome pizza and TV sport,” said Peter Myers, commercial director for pubco Food & Fuel.
“We’ve reached six sites in a short space of time, so immediate next steps are to settle down and focus on our current portfolio.
“Although we have a robust offer, we’re willing to tweak elements at individual sites to maximise their potential.”
Focus on craft beer
As an example, the pubco is looking at running street food pop-ups in the Norbiton because it has “great” garden space.
In keeping with the Frontier Pubs model, both pubs will focus on craft beer with a wide range on draught and many more bottled and canned beers.
Ei Managed Investments operations director Nathan Wall said: “Peter and his team are great operators who know how to put together an excellent retail offer with real kerb appeal.
“We’re delighted with the local response to the first four openings and we’re confident all future sites will be equally well received.”