We've opened a stylish new restaurant in a delightful Georgian building in Gloucester Road, Kensington; bringing a refreshing mixture of classic design, with a modern twist to the area. The new opening will bring 30 additional jobs.
The restaurant, which draws heavy inspiration from its former use as a bank and its proximity to the National History Museum, boasts beautiful rich tan leather upholstered and banquette seating throughout, and high quality oak parquet flooring.
The central pizzaiola kitchen includes a white carrara marble worktop with tiling fixed in a brick bound pattern, which reflects the walls of the hidden vaults in the building’s basement.
Bespoke artwork features patterns and textures of bank notes, alongside images of fossils, rocks, minerals and botanicals. There are also 3D pieces throughout; including copper coins forming abstract patterns mounted onto oak blocks.
A decorative lighting scheme, which includes a series of brass pendant lights and table lamps, beautiful beaded pendant lights, and brushed nickel wall lights, add to the restaurant’s rich palette of material finishes.
We've added a new vegan option to our menu.