A car park beside the historic Olympia Exhibition Centre could be transformed into a temporary restaurant.
The team behind the popular Pergola on the Roof pop-up restaurant at the former BBC car park at White City want to open an eatery at the 1930s multi-storey car park.
The Incipio Group plans to put a pergola on the building roof at Maclise Road and run a restaurant there and on the fifth floor with a capacity of 500 for three years.
It runs a pergola restaurant in Paddington, which has self-service dining, two bars and DJs at the weekend and attracted 180,000 visitors last year.
The White City pergola attracted 230,000 who soaked up the sun on the roof during 2016 and 2017.
But English Heritage is considering making the Olympia car park a listed building in its own right as it is one of London's first multi-storey car parks, built in 1936-37.
It was designed by Joseph Emberton and is in the Grade II* Olympia Exhibition Centre complex which he created.
The centre's status was only just increased to Grade II* in May.
The plan will be considered by Hammersmith and Fulham council's planning and development control committee on 10 July.