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.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.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.
|Typical meal price:||From £26.00 (USD34.43) per diner|
£26 to £40
Venue Details & Map
344/342 Ladbroke GroveLondonW10 5BU
Top 5 reviews of Dock Kitchen
One of my favourite restaurants in and around Notting Hill, with an innovative menu which is probably modern European but with eastern influences. Food is always of an excellent standard, as are the cocktails. Also has a large and sunny outside terrace which is perfect for summer lunches and evenings. Highly recommended.Read More
Dock Kitchen is one of the most elegant venues in London.
With a huge terrace overlooking canal, it's a perfect spot for sipping their signature "Penicillin" during warm summer days.
Inside, the restaurant is decorated by Tom Dixon(his shop is under the restaurant)., and hence everything from forks to lighting is pretty artistic.
The food-high quality, with experimental flavors. They bake...Read More
Few places show real food innovation but this one is an exception...this is why it gets the 5th star, which requires to go that extra step beyond "just" great food
From the bread, through the salads to the meat you will find flavors which creates mini explosions in your mouth, with pleasurable aftertaste, just like an exquisite wine
And finally the bill was only 70£ including a full meal and...Read More
Dinner last night has gone horribly wrong for us. It is a nice space with s compelling menu. The appetizers (wild mushroom tagliatelle was over seasoned, but fried mussels with sardines were excellent) were OK, but both the mains were awful. The grilled mackerel was charred on the outside and plain raw at the bone. The grilled lamb chop was not basically straight out of the fridge: completely...Read More
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 enoughRead More