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A door planted in the garden and chairs ‘growing’ in the tree outside this former power station give a hint of what’s to come. The magnificent, towering industrial space now houses an avant-garde
art gallery, with the prospect of unconventional dining among its magisterial hydraulic machinery. Flavours change with the seasons, but everything is driven by a modern European sensibility and a
liking for Asian flavours: tandoori octopus with labneh and coriander, or pork chop with radicchio, fennel and anchovy dressing might be followed by chocolate cake with rye crumb and yoghurt ice
cream. Liquid refreshment has also been carefully curated, with the Australian owner raiding her homeland’s top vineyards to create a list that has personality and focus; otherwise, on-the-ball
staff will pour you anything from a marmalade martini to a pot of Jing white peony tea.
Of all the places I’ve eaten in, few come more unique and intriguing than the Wapping Project. With its towering ceilings, cavernous expanses and abundance of natural light streaming in from all directions, this former hydraulic power station turned restaurant and modern art gallery provides one of the most striking settings for a meal in London...
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I have been to Wapping Food years ago on an admittedly not very exciting date, and the venue left a more pronounced impression on me than the guy. The Wapping Project which includes Wapping Food must be one of the coolest art spaces/ restaurant in London.The restaurant is situated in an old and barely restored Victorian hydraulic power station close to the Thames in Wapping, with tables scattered between old machinery and a majestic ceiling towering above. A multitude of candles distributed throughout the restaurant bath the space into a warm light while art books and magazine remind you that the main theme here is art...
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