Dock Kitchen


Given a 5-star review by AA Gill in the Sunday Times, Dock Kitchen Notting Hill is tucked away in Portobello Docks adjacent to the Grand Union Canal.

Initially opened as a pop-up supper club by chef Stevie Parle and his sister, the Dock Kitchen has grown into an established name on the city's restaurant scene. Always changing, the Dock Kitchen menu is spontaneous and inspired by a variety of themes, ranging from the seasons to different authors. British classics are infused with international flavours, seen in the red-legged partridge or grouse from the Yorkshire moors, roasted with Moroccan spiced honey, Muscat grapes and couscous. Tastes of India at Dock Kitchen Ladbroke Grove can be found in vegetarian options like beetroot and chard leaf mallum with chapatti.

Overlooking the Grand Union Canal, Dock Kitchen London features eclectic, industrial-style interior, with exposed brick walls and metal beams. Run in conjunction with British furniture and lighting designer Tom Dixon, Dock Kitchen restaurant is in easy reach of Ladbroke Grove Tube Station, Kensal Rise overground and Paddington.

A £10 set lunch is offered during weekday lunchtimes and on Monday evenings #MezzeMondays sees Stevie and the team serve flatbreads, cold & hot mezze and wine for just £25.

A set regional dinner (£35) takes place on the last Tuesday of every month - visiting a part of the world a Chef's recently travelled to - and #Cookbookclub takes place on the third Wednesday of every month too.


  • Daytime
  • West London, Notting Hill
  • Happily Affordable ££


Day Open Close Notes
Monday 12:00 22:30
Tuesday 12:00 22:30
Wednesday 12:00 22:30
Thursday 12:00 22:30
Friday 12:00 22:30
Saturday 12:00 22:30
Sunday 12:00 18:00



Dock Kitchen, 342–344 Ladbroke Grove W10 5BU


West London

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  • Cuisines

    This venue serves British, International, Middle Eastern, European, Grill, Vegetarian Friendly and Vegan Friendly food.

  • A word from the chef:

    Stevie runs an experimental kitchen always adapting the menu and trying new things depending on what is in season, what far flung place he or another of the chefs have visited, or what new ingredient they have come across abroad or at home. Dishes are collected, adapted, and recreated Dock Kitchen style. Once a month we run a fixed, shared meal instead of our regular a la carte offering. The focus for this meal might be a specific place, a particular ingredient or just an idea that inspires us to cook exciting things. Our new Cookbook Club sees food writers visit the Dock Kitchen and cook from their latest books.

Private Hire

Name Type Capacity
Cost Min spend
Min spend
Venue Hire Venue Hire 100 100 - - -
Half Venue Hire Private Room 56 0 - - -
Private Dining Room Only Private Room 26 0 - - -
Roof terrace Rooftop 100 120 - - -
Christmas Menus Venue Hire 100 120 - - -

* The minimum spends are a guideline only and vary according to the day and time of the year.

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Our Review

Dock Kitchen - London Restaurant Reviews

Dock Kitchen - London Restaurant Reviews

My (very much one-sided) relationship with Stevie Parle is the stuff that movies are made from. I first encountered the super chef’s work at Craft, a futuristic spaceship restaurant, that knocked me clean off my feet with blushingly beautiful décor and heart-pumpingly good plates. After too much wine…


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