This offer is available from July 2, 2019 until May 31, 2022, subject to availability as displayed in the booking interface. Offer excludes service and includes VAT. Not available in conjunction with other offers.
Kindred Hammersmith is a multi-functional space for the community, bringing people together to meet their needs. Everything from the light fixtures to the standout bar and even the misshapen crockery, makes for a picturesque spot to dine, work and play.
Dine al fresco while enjoying the Kindred ‘London Fusion’ menu which celebrates diverse flavours and ingredients from different communities in the city. Enjoy delicious jerk chicken, grilled lamb shashlik or spiced peanut udon noodles. Other options include stone-baked sourdough pizzas and sharing boards for two. For brunch try a sumptuous Kindred breakfast or buttermilk pancakes.
The modern co-working and restaurant space gives off a relaxed industrial feel with its concrete features, exposed piping and hanging light bulbs. The minimalist accents of copper and marble give Kindred restaurant a warm but sophisticated ambience that feels like home away from home.
Kindred in London is just a 2-minute walk from Hammersmith Station and right across from St. Paul’s Green.
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- breakfast (1)
- business (2)
- child friendly (1)
- dinner (4)
- entertainment (2)
- lunch (4)
- luxury (2)
- private dining (1)
- romantic (1)
- trendy (3)
- value (2)
20 September 2020
The food was delicious, alcohol a bit expensive
17 February 2020
Great food and atmosphere, close to The Apollo,
6 January 2020
staff very friendly and the atmosphere was perfect. i will be happy to dine again
20 December 2019
A great new place to have a premium dining experience in Hammersmith
22 November 2019
Despite an unfortunate event where a party had sat at our reserved table, we received wonderful service and attention from the staff. The food was quick, delicious and was on point with the price.
15 November 2019
Great venue. Lovely staff. Excellent band. Excellent food. Shame it wasn't more busy.