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About The Kitchens

Our restaurants in London and Manchester

Experience the art of shared dining in the heart of Mayfair, Bloomsbury, Leicester Square, Covent Garden and central Manchester. Our five Kitchens each showcase a selection of contemporary small plates, all complemented by the finest wines and signature cocktails.

As the flagship restaurant, May Fair Kitchen serves the best of Spanish and Italian, while also serving a selection of Peruvian, Mexican, Japanese and Mediterranean dishes from its sister Kitchens. Overlooking London’s famous entertainment district, Leicester Square Kitchen’s menu offers Mexican and Peruvian small plates, while in the heart of Covent Garden, Monmouth Kitchen delivers exquisite Peruvian and Italian cuisine. Set in London’s historical and literary neighbourhood, Bloomsbury Street Kitchen is a popular destination for Mediterranean and Japanese sharing plates. In Manchester, Peter Street Kitchen blends contemporary Japanese and Mexican flavours.

May Fair Kitchen

Set in London’s most exclusive neighbourhood, May Fair Kitchen offers a menu of contemporary Italian and Spanish sharing plates, in addition to signature dishes from its sister Kitchens and a curated list of fine wines and cocktails. 
 
Our Kitchen’s ambience is brought to life with natural materials and furnishings, mellow glow drop lighting and a soft industrial design, which gives the space a relaxed yet refined atmosphere.

In collaboration with master chocolatiers Charbonnel et Walker, discover one of the most remarkable afternoon teas with elements of their famed chocolate incorporated throughout. Perhaps best described by Vogue as “a chocaholic’s dream come true”, our signature Charbonnel et Walker Afternoon Tea is available weekdays from 2pm until 4:30pm, and weekends from 1pm until 4:30pm.
 
Offering world-class private dining, discover a secluded chambre séparée tucked away with antique walnut parquet flooring, dark wood panelling and a grand emerald green fireplace. Serving quality food in a stunning environment, The Private Dining Room seats up to 64 dining guests and 100 guests for drinks receptions.

May Fair Kitchen Bar Area

Monmouth Kitchen

A natural scene for dining in London’s most vibrant district, Monmouth Kitchen serves a selection of contemporary Peruvian and Italian small plates, complemented by fine wines and signature cocktails.
 
The materials in the restaurant create a relaxed space made for shared dining, featuring exposed concrete columns, polished copper and marble tables as well as small-scale crafted vintage furniture. It’s a place where refined effortlessness meets contemporary verve.
 
For a unique take on a British classic, Monmouth Kitchen’s afternoon tea ‘El Dolce Semplice’ and ‘El Dolce Nino’ takes inspiration from Peru and Italy, with menus for both adults and children. Available weekdays from 2pm until 4:30pm, and weekends from 1pm until 4:30pm.

Monmouth Kitchen Exterior View

Leicester Square Kitchen

As alive and vibrant as its central London neighbourhood, Leicester Square Kitchen embraces shared dining with an open kitchen serving a selection of contemporary Mexican and Peruvian small plates, alongside fine wines and signature cocktails.
 
Bridging the gap between authenticity and modernity, the design employs a playful duality between colours and materials, with black and white marble tables contrasting exposed columns and bright metro tiles shining to the backdrop of dark brick walls. 
 
With London’s West End theatres on its doorstep, Leicester Square Kitchen also serves a pre-theatre menu if you want a bite to eat before the show. At selected weekends you can bring your friends to a lively brunch with cocktails or free-flowing Champagne, try a cocktail masterclasses or enjoy a ‘Taco and Margarita Experience’, held every Tuesday.
 
For a unique take on a British classic, Leicester Square Kitchen’s afternoon tea takes inspiration from Mexico and Peru. Available weekdays from 2pm until 4:30pm, and weekends from 1pm until 4:30pm.

Smokey Tommy's Cocktail At Leicester Square Kitchen

Peter Street Kitchen

Exquisitely presented and beautifully balanced, the menu at Peter Street Kitchen explores fine contemporary Japanese cuisine matched with the heat and zing from a selection of contemporary Mexican dishes, all complemented with the finest wines, sake and signature cocktails.
 
Set inside the iconic Free Trade Hall, award-winning Peter Street Kitchen captures an atmosphere that breathes modernity and naturalism through its high ceilings with pendant lighting, wooden features, Stella Works marble tables and stacked sake barrels in the bar.  

Experience a curated Omakase, where the essence of Peter Street Kitchen’s cuisine is presented in a six-course tasting menu created on the day by our talented chefs. For an intimate lunch or dinner, you can also book a Hibachi Experience, where a 12-seater table and fire pit provide memorable ambience for a semi-private event.

Join us on Saturdays for our Rikyū Brunch, a social event that involves Japanese cocktails and small plates, as well as optional free-flowing prosecco or Champagne. On selected Saturdays you can also refine your Japanese spirit knowledge at one of our sake and whisky masterclasses.
 
In 2019, Peter Street Kitchen was awarded the prestigious ‘Best Luxury Restaurant in the UK’ at the British Restaurant Awards – a testament to its unquestionable position on the Manchester and UK food scene.

Japanese Whisky Masterclass

Bloomsbury Street Kitchen

Discover a distinguished sunrise to sunset destination at Bloomsbury Street Kitchen, serving an exquisite selection of contemporary Mediterranean and Japanese small plates, complemented by a diverse variety of wines, sake and signature cocktails.

A perfect setting for dinner or alfresco cocktails on the intimate terrace, Bloomsbury Street Kitchen is also moments away from London’s most iconic theatres, museums and boutiques, making it an ideal place to enjoy a relaxed lunch or pre-theatre dining experience.

Our design takes equal inspiration from Mediterranean gardens and minimalist Japanese aesthetic. Italian glazed porcelain tiles feature alongside exposed brickwork, whilst herbs and plant life such as Mediterranean olive trees and Japanese sago palms create a dynamic and atmospheric ambience both inside and out.

Bloomsbury Street Kitchen Hot Miso Chips With Spicy Tuna
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