- Main course: £20
- Food spend: £35
- Opening hours
- Monday to Saturday: 12:00 - 15:00 19:00 - 23:30 Sunday: 12:00 - 15:30
excellent event for grenfell tower fund raising
27 June 2017
Given a 5-star review by AA Gill in the Sunday Times, Dock Kitchen Notting Hill is tucked away in the old Virgin Records complex in a Victorian goods yard on the Grand Union Canal. Initially opened as a pop-up supper club by chef Stevie Parle and his sister, the Dock Kitchen has grown into an established name on the city's restaurant scene.
Always changing, the Dock Kitchen menu is spontaneous and inspired by a variety of themes, ranging from the seasons to different authors. British classics are infused with international flavours, seen in the red-legged partridge or grouse from the Yorkshire moors, roasted with Moroccan spiced honey, Muscat grapes and couscous. Tastes of India at Dock Kitchen Ladbroke Grove can be found in vegetarian options like beetroot and chard leaf mallum with chapatti.
Overlooking the Grand Union Canal, Dock Kitchen London features eclectic, industrial-style interior, with exposed brick walls and metal beams.
Run in conjunction with British furniture and lighting designer Tom Dixon, Dock Kitchen restaurant is in easy reach of Ladbroke Grove Tube Station.
344 Ladbroke Grove, Portobello Docks, London, W10 5BU
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Customer reviews for Dock Kitchen
((*** 13 January 2016 by Shona Brown from London Borough of Croydon
I found it difficult to find however once there it was a relaxed environment. The staff were friendly however the menu was very limited, expensive and sadly not filling. The food was not hot but warm however was full of flavour. I found the desserts to be interesting and perhaps the better half of Dock Kitchens menu selection. Unfortunately, I would not attend again due to the poor value for money.
((((( 18 October 2015 by Marta from London
Amazing Essaouira Lamb!
((((( 22 September 2015 by Nikoo Tayebi from London
What an unexpected treat.
(**** 17 July 2015 by Jill D from London
Pleasant surroundings; sullen waitress; waited too long for the mediocre main and over priced! Wouldn't go back!
((((* 29 January 2015 by Peter from London
Food was a treat, and the service was great and unobtrusive. We'll go again.
((((( 20 February 2013 by Local Luncher from London
I love this restaurant in the evenings and during the day, and think it is probably the nicest restaurant to go to in Notting Hill now. The [@]design is great, and the cooking delicious. Love the open terrace and chefs making flatbreads on a slab outside. Great atmosphere and subtly flavoured food that is filling but doesnt make you feel fat! The maitre d always makes me feel welcome and happy .
((((( 6 September 2012 by Bob from London
Truly outstanding flavours. I would come here any day for the food. But please clean up the canal... It looks depressing and something is adding an unwholesome whiff to the al fresco dining experience!
((((( 29 May 2012 by Lovefood from London
Evening menu with recommended wines for each course was wonderful
((*** 4 March 2012 by bB from London
vibrant and beautiful atmosphere, corteous and attentive service, good but overpriced food, all ruined by rude and obnoxious maître d.
((((( 23 December 2010 by Renee from London
It is a great place, with excellent food, service and atmosphere.
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