Kitchens and Bars
Kensington, London.

A plethora of dining spaces and bars across the many floors of this iconic building

Since it opened in 1871, the Grade 1 listed, Royal Albert Hall was always conceived as a multipurpose building to host concerts, exhibitions and much more. Its popularity as a venue has never waned but, behind the scenes, a whole programme of continuous improvement and upgrading is necessary to maintain this iconic building’s excellent facilities including, of course, catering. We were brought in by Rhubarb Food Design when they were appointed as caterer to the Hall.

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Their appointment resulted in a substantial, ongoing upgrade of kitchens, restaurants and bar areas and, because they were very familiar with Nelson’s multi-level capabilities (we built their vast, head office kitchen from scratch as well as being commissioned by them for other ventures) they asked us to replace, improve, modify and ‘tweak’ the various kitchens, serveries, bars and wash-up areas in line with their vision for the building.

We have installed a new cooking line in the main basement kitchen while, in the staff canteen we created and fitted a dedicated wash-up room and cold room as well as designing and installing a bespoke servery. We have also improved the kitchens serving the newly refurbished Coda and Elgar restaurants and the kitchen serving Café Consort which included a whole new wash-up area.

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