KöD London is the first UK branch of this Danish steak house, already well established across northern Europe, including the likes of Denmark and Norway. KöD is most definitely a restaurant for carnivores, with a concept that hinges on serving up the best meat dishes, sourced from across the world.
You'll find KöD London in the city's east address of Devonshire Square, occupying two floors of a period building, complete with exposed brick and dramatic windows. Dark colours mixed with natural materials, industrial furnishings and glowy lighting come together for an edgy take on the hygge vibe that Scandinavians are so famous for.
If you're planning an event, KöD London would love for you to consider it as your venue, having carefully planned its spaces to accommodate for private dining bookings. Both floors can be completely taken over; the upper floor has capacity for 85 people and comes with a private bar, all of which is also true for the ground floor, the only difference being that here you can utilise the thick curtains which divide the space into thirds.
Each third can host 14 people comfortably with plenty of room to mingle, too, giving you the choice of how big you want to go. Alternatively, if an intimate dinner is what you had in mind, the restaurant has one private room available which can seat eight to 14 guests around a central table. This space is cut off from the rest of the restaurant, giving you an exclusive feel.
Those booking KöD London for their event are invited to peruse the group dining section which offers a feasting-style menu, served in courses to the whole table. Options include beef carpaccio and homemade bread to start; Scottish grass-fed ribeye and crispy, breaded Creedy Carver chicken thighs alongside steak chips for mains; and chocolate brownie with raspberry mousse for dessert. There's no need to pick between the dishes on offer for each course, all are served and guests are welcome to just dig in.