Imagine your dream kitchen.
Sleek chrome counters.
Beautiful leather seating.
A team of chefs, headed specifically by James Knappett, an alumnus of Per Se, The Ledbury and Noma, and whose wife Sandia has curated the biggest growers Champagne cellar in London.
It’s a classic fantasy.
And it’s one you can live out at Kitchen Table on Charlotte Street; a (now double) Michelin-starred, 20-seat cubby hole hidden behind the adjoining Bubbledogs. Instead of hotdogs, you’ll find 15-18 courses of pan-European food made with British ingredients. Fresh dishes are invented each day and are served up tasting-menu style, after being prepped right before your eyes.
Those dishes might be fancy but you wouldn’t know from the simple menu, with courses described as: ‘beef’, ‘chicken’ or ‘oyster’. You can expect, however, creations like beef with nettles, chicken skin, rosemary mascarpone and bacon jam, and oysters with granita ice and grape…
…And they’ll top it all off with desserts like liquorice ice cream, or chocolate and beetroot.
Where it actually shares a similarity with Bubbledogs is in the booze – it’ll be paired with each course, and comes from the aforementioned cellar, with the biggest selection of growers Champagne in the city.
Just like your dream kitchen.
NOTE: Kitchen Table is open Wednesday to Saturday, behind Bubbledogs. It’s dinner only, with seatings at 6pm & 7:30pm, and you’ll need to book ahead (£150pp), which you can do right here.
Kitchen Table | Inside Bubbledogs, 70 Charlotte Street, W1T 4QG
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