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The Cambridge Street Kitchen

Occupying a former London public house designed by master builder, Thomas Cubitt, in 1852, The Cambridge Street Kitchen has been designed to reinvent the building as a contemporary neighbourhood hub. The restaurant is comfortable and casual with plenty to catch the eye - like bespoke neon signage on the wooden clad kitchen and our gallery wall featuring bright prints from Harland Miller, Miles Aldridge, Magda Archer and Kate Bellm. The space is filled with natural light during the daytime, with the feel of a buzzing neighbourhood cafe, whilst in the evening the lighting softens and the restaurant becomes warm and inviting. There is also a Ping-Pong room, which can be transformed from games room to private dining space, and the cosy Club Room, complete with farmhouse dining table, reclaimed church chairs and statement George Smith kilim and red velvet sofas.