Grace and Ivy, in Marmion Road, Southsea, opened under new owners last August.
However, it has now closed and signs in the window show that it is due to reopen as Sisters Cafe shortly.
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The new menu shows full English breakfasts, sandwiches, cocktails, kids food, Sunday roasts, and ice cream sundaes, plus more.
The new business is part of Sisters Kitchen, which runs a mobile catering van that often parks on Southsea Common.
The Marmion Road premises are being repainted and refurbished.
A post on Sisters Cafe Facebook page said: ‘Oooo ello, new colour looking good! Can’t wait to get cooking up a storm in our new Southsea cafe!’