The style is contemporary with a homely, almost folksy, vibe, designed to complement the chef’s culinary mission: “to please the palate by using traditional and modern ingredients in new and exciting ways”.
Situated on the ground floor, the glass-fronted café/restaurant is the most casual dining space. Smaller tables have lathe-turned pedestal bases with smooth tops engraved with cooking utensil motifs.
The white furniture matches the dove grey color of the walls and pillars while brickwork was deliberately left exposed to reveal a bit of history.
The shop/pantry, that can be accessed via a separate doorway, is decked out like an old-fashioned traiteur but has contemporary touches like bespoke shelving.
Upstairs there are two further dining rooms with beautiful views. Here the design is slightly more formal with furniture made of black stained ash set against light grey walls and original wood panelling.