Celebrating a special occasion? Book the whole table
In 2015 Gabriel Waterhouse left the grand surrounds of Michelin-starred Galvin La Chapelle with the aim of making fine dining accessible. He bought a table from Ikea and began welcoming diners into his modest Bethnal Green home for a more informal culinary experience. Since then The Water House Project has hosted thousands of hungry diners, been featured in TimeOut and Monocle magazine, and was awarded 'Top 5 London supper club' status by The Evening Standard. He has had to buy a second table.
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What to expect at Gabriel's place
A gorgeous setting, with superb food. Everything from the freshly baked sourdough with whipped Marmite butter, to the pine ice cream served on a frozen rock felt like something from a starred restaurant. That menu with the wine pairing would have been £120+ anywhere else, and it would not have been as cool. Will definitely be going again.