EartH Kitchen is situated in the recently launched music and arts venue EartH (Evolutionary Arts Hackney), a former art deco cinema on Dalston’s bustling Stoke Newington Road.
The kitchen was established by Auro Foxcroft, founder of Village Underground and EartH, and Chris Gillard, who previously helmed the St. John Group as Executive Chef.
EartH Kitchen reflects Head Chef Chris’ passion for using the best available ingredients in line with the changing seasons. Restaurant Manager Toni Castillo, also formerly of St. John, will be running the floor and curating the wine list with a European focus, while the cocktail list will make the most of seasonal ingredients.
With a strong emphasis on music throughout the building, EartH Kitchen will be playing its part in the life and soul of the venue. A specialist programme will be curated especially for the restaurant; think late night jazz sessions, weekend sets by our favourite DJs, label takeovers. And post-show at the end of an evening, EartH Kitchen’s cocktail bar is an ideal spot for those wanting one more for the road.
“The ambition of EartH Kitchen is matched only by the excitement that is engenders.The buzz in infectious, brimming with potential, we look forward to whatever it has in store.” – Hackney Citizen
“Not only is Hackney’s EartH Kitchen in a cool location (an old art deco cinema) with a cool chef (former St John exec chef, Chris Gillard) cooking seasonal British grub, there’s a banging music line-up to boot” – Evening Standard
“A hugely cheering menu” – Jay Rayner, The Observer