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The second scheme for River Cottage by Mackenzie Wheeler, set in a converted the Grade 1 listed “Brewhouse” on the waterfront of King William Yard.
The scheme provides 120 seat restaurant, deli’ and bar with a private room, open fronted kitchen and extensive external dining areas on the waterfront.
The scheme converted the Grade 1 listed “Brewhouse” on the waterfront of King William Yard into a 120 seat restaurant, deli’ and bar with a private room, open fronted kitchen and extensive external dining areas on the waterfront.
The design placed the open kitchen, wood burning oven, preparation areas, bar and deli counter in a sequence of linked counters, like market stalls, at the centre of the room to maximise visibility and the sense of theatre. This central feature divides the large restaurant interior into a sequence of more individual dining areas and conceals the back-of-house accommodation behind, out of customer view. Materials were sympathetic to the 18th century architecture, and used many salvaged from the surrounding dockyard buildings.