Two new concepts have been announced for the 14-acre mixed-use project Autry Park, including one specializing in lobster and ceviche, and one with a Vietnam- and France-inspired menu.

Both eateries are being launched by chef Chris Kinjo, according to an April 6 press release. Kinjo is also chef-owner at MF Sushi in Houston's Museum Park area.

The lobster restaurant, called MF Lobster & Ceviche, will be located within a 2,200-square-foot pod structure on Autry Park's green space at 3711 Autry Park Ave., Ste. 100, Houston. It will serve fresh lobster, delivered daily from Maine, alongside a variety of ceviche options.

Menu items will include lobster ravioli with handmade pasta, lobster tacos with mango salsa and avocado aioli, and lobster bao with brown butter and chive, according to the release. Ceviche dishes will vary from season to season and could feature lobster, halibut, scallop, shrimp and sword fish.

MF Lobster & Ceviche will also feature an eight-seat bar offering wine and cocktails. The restaurant will seat 65 people, and an outdoor patio can seat another 30 people.

The Vietnamese and French concept, called Annam, will serve as both a restaurant and a wine bar. Restaurant officials described the food options as "Vietnamese-inspired tapas with a French twist," according to the April 6 release.

The eatery will be located on the ground level of the Hanover Autry Park high-rise at 3737 Cogdell St., Houston. It will include 56 seats, a 16-seat bar and a covered patio.

“We love the Autry Park area, working with the team at Hanover and Rebees, and the bespoke aspect of the project,” Kinjo said in a statement. “We wanted to be a part of what we feel like is a special development to the city of Houston’s dining scene.”

The two new venues are among a number of openings slated for Autry Park, including the combination fitness studio and cafe Duo, Austin-based Lick Honest Ice Creams and Auden, an eatery that will focus on global cuisine and provide views of Buffalo Bayou Park.