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Given a 5-star review by AA Gill in the Sunday Times, Dock Kitchen is tucked away in the old Virgin Recording Studios complex in a no-nonsense Victorian goods yard on the Grand Union Canal.<br/><br/>After a short refurbishment in the summer, the Dock Kitchen reopened as an 80 cover restaurant with a brand new kitchen and bar. The set up is simple. At lunchtime you can find a small, daily-changing a la carte menu. In the evenings, there is a series of set menu supper clubs inspired by the season, an author, or a favourite place.<br/><br/>Within easy reach of Ladbroke Grove Tube Station, the Dock Kitchen is open for lunch 7 days a week and set menu dinners from Monday to Saturday.

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Portobello Dock, 344/342 Ladbroke Grove, London, W10 5BU

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Dock Kitchen

Portobello Dock
344/342 Ladbroke Grove
W10 5BU


4 out of 5 based on 11 reviews

Top 5 reviews of Dock Kitchen

5.0 out of 5 6 April 2014
by Steve W.

One of my favourite places to eat in London, suitable for any occasion. Great setting and decor, even have a drink outside in the summer. Food is great, the lamb biriyani is the best ever, and the monthly menus focused on different regions are great. Can't recommend enoughmore

5.0 out of 5 29 July 2013
by joshleonard

Wonderful restaurant. You can scarcely find one of these food is delicious but takes a little time to come out of the kitchen. However, good things take time to happen so it's definitely worth the wait.more

5.0 out of 5 21 January 2013
by Ben W.

Proper gaff this.

started as a pop up I gather but doesn't feel like that. It has a modern feel with an open kitchen, exposed brick and cool fixtures and fittings without being at all try hard. It's situated on the canal at Ladbroke Grove where I went fishing for dead roach as a kid which doesn't sound promising but of course, things have changed a little since then.

In the summer you can sit...more

4.0 out of 5 12 November 2010
by justinharper

I read a review of this place by A A Gill and he gave it 5 stars which is rare so decided to go.

Each week the restaurant changes theme and cuisine and makes a set menu. This week was an Indian/Sri Lankan 4 course meal.

Dish 1 - Chickpea and Pomegranate salad - Pretty Ace

Dish 2 - Chilli Crab and Shrimp Salad with chapati - Both Ace and Skill

Dish 3 - Wood Pigeon Biryani - Not so...more

4.0 out of 5 7 June 2010
by Kathy T.

This pop-up kitchen is discreetly tucked away from the road. Despite the secretive nature of this place and the need to buzz to get in, the pretensions stop there! This restaurant serves different food on a weekly basis depending on the whims of the chef and market availability. I went there with a group of friends on a recently lovely evening and we enjoyed cocktails in the patio area...more