The Dock Kitchen, London
This amazing space is part Tom Dixon Design studio/concept store, & part restaurant on the upper level serving the most modern seasonal menu’s in West London. Complete with Interior designed by Dixon, this is one hip hang out. Imagine that, have dinner on a Friday night, & pop back the following morning, enjoy a coffee in the café in the basement before being able to purchase the tables/chairs/lights in the shop below. Or infact just buy it at Discover&Deliver. This converted Victorian Wharf building was part of a regeneration project by Derwent London (who were also responsible for the Tea Building in Shoreditch), the Dock Kitchen overlools the Grand Union Canal in Ladbroke Grove, between London’s Maida Vale & Notting Hill.
The kitchen is an experimental affair, if you pop by the shop during the day you’re happily allowed to wander through the kitchen & I always notice an element of experimentation! Depending on the seasons, herbs & spices are adapted with the ingredients available. During the evenings a set menu is run alongside an a la carte option. Keep the chefs happy though, go for the seasonal set menu. That’s truly an acknowledgement of their craft.
Tom Dixon Pressed Glass Light Bowl – As seen above the chef’s pass
The Dock Kitchen by Night
Location images courtesy of Tom Dixon
Product Images courtesy of Discover&Deliver