Article Date: April 29, 2022

Taking inspiration from the bustling, independent venues that pepper the streets of European cities, Cellar at Kindred is a casual all day café, counter and bar that champions suppliers who share their passion for produce.

Open from morning to night, this neighbourhood hangout serves up locally-roasted coffee, simple (but delicious) ingredient-focused food, sustainable European wines and seasonal cocktails. Cellar at Kindred shares the ethos, spirit and values of its members’ club but is open to all, from breakfast nibbles through ‘til late night drinks.


Seasonal, ingredient-focused food menus have been shaped by award-winning chef Andrew Clarke and reflect his passion for great produce and informal dishes which celebrate seasonality and flavour.

Breakfast is served until 12pm, brunch can be enjoyed until 3pm and their All Day Menu, with dishes such as Home-cured chalk stream trout with radish, kohlrabi and dill, Korean spiced dexter beef tartare with straw chips and of course that all important Double patty burger, is served until 10pm daily.

Delve in to Kindred’s bar menus to discover signature rum punch serves that celebrate our neighbourhood’s Caribbean influence as well innovate cocktails with London heritage that pay homage to iconic venues and industry heroes.

From the wine list, you can explore the delights of the modern European wine scene as well the fan favourites you know and love, all with a focus on organically farmed grapes and sustainable, independent winemakers.



A local hangout needs local suppliers and Kindred are delighted to share some of their favourites with you. You can expect locally-roasted coffee from Kiss The Hippo, craft beer from Two Tribes Brewery and a fascinating hibiscus mead from Gosnell’s of London.

Kindred crafted their wine list with the help of their friends at Basket Press Wines and the food offering has been shaped by Andrew Clarke, Executive Chef and a popular, respected figure on the UK food scene. Cellar is the sum of many passionate parts and none more so than the neighbourhood it serves, so you will find a warm welcome whenever you pop by, whether that’s for a bite to eat, something to drink, to relax inside or to enjoy some al fresco time in Kindred’s beer garden.

Come hang out, tuck in, catch up or simply unwind.