W12 Studios will offer menus from rotating kitchens and music by emerging artists
White City Place on Wood Lane is opening a new high-end food hall in February.
The food hall, to be called W12 Studios is bringing a series of rotating kitchens and a brand new bar area to White City Place, with an array of street food favourites, in addition to a range of craft breweries, wine sellers and distilleries to provide the liquid refreshments.
W12 Studios will have two kitchens running simultaneously, with the line-up changing every month. Three street food brands have already been confirmed to take part, with barbecue specialist Cue Point and The Piadina Project, offering Italian street food up first in February, and Zoe’s Ghana Kitchen in March.
The drinks menu will focus on innovative and emerging brands, and similar to the kitchens, will consistently updated; the East London Liquor Company will be the first drinks company to operate in W12 Studios.
There will be space for 450 people, with reservations available for over 50 people, and a 2am close on weekends. W12 Studios are also curating a music programme which is centred on providing the finest emerging artists that London has to offer.
Covering live acoustic sessions, resident DJ’s and carefully curated playlists, W12 Studios promise 'soulful sessions, live gigs, club nights, disco brunches and open mic nights on a rolling basis'.
W12 Studios is the latest food hall to open in our borough, following the success of others including Fulham Market Hall on Fulham Broadway and the huge Pergola at Olympia.
W12 Studios is scheduled to launch on Thursday 7 February.
January 21, 2019
January 21, 2019