From private islands to St Katharine Docks…chef Neil Wager has brought a little bit of that luxury to London with Dokke. Named after the medieval word for docking a boat (well this is St Kats Docks after all), not only does the restaurant overlook the water on three sides but there’s a real open feel to the interior – you can sit outside or inside and at the chef’s table or workspace. It’s relaxed vibes all the way. Wherever you end up, you get to tuck into Asian-fusion sharing plates like black quinoa roasted cod, pork belly with chocolate miso and fig leaf soya mousse made using produce from the nearby markets. Ready for a slice of island life?
loti eats<br> emilia’s crafted pasta
Fresh, reasonably priced decent pasta has never been that easy to find but now there's new pasta places opening fasta than we can keep up!…
ldner #211: peyman and rana darban
This week's LDNERs are the husband and wife team behind White Mulberries in St Katharine Docks, which is located in Ivory House, the only original…
WHAT'S GOING ON AT SKD?
world food market
Every Friday and Saturday, a World Food Market pitches up in St Kats Docks, and it's the perfect place to grab a quick lunch. With regularly changing traders, you can expect to feast on everything from Gyoza Dumplings, Spanish Paella and Thai Noodles to Fish & Chips.
Join Henry VIII and his court of knights, contortionists, magicians, jugglers and dancing wenches at the Medieval Banquet. Dress up, feast on a huge dinner and drink the night away with free-flowing ale and wine. And after all that food and booze you can event have a little jig with those dancing wenches...