|Healthy New Opening For Dickens Yard|
Skinny Kitchen is the latest offering in new food and retail quarter
A new healthy dining experience has opened its doors in Ealing.
Steve Kirwan, Operations Director, St George West London, said: ‘We are delighted that The Skinny Kitchen has opened its doors at Dickens Yard. It adds to the mix of cuisines already available for visitors and complements the shops and leisure facilities in the area. Other restaurants at Dickens Yard include Italian cuisine at Pasta Remoli, an exquisite patisserie selection at Gail’s Bakery, traditional British cuisine from Charlotte’s W5 and cosmopolitan, fresh food from neighbourhood bar and restaurant No.17.
‘For those looking for more than just a bite to eat, Dickens Yard also offers a range of other activities, from shopping at Jigsaw to relaxing at yoga and pilates studio Triyoga. As Dickens Yard grows, it’s becoming an increasingly vibrant place for people to visit and enjoy.’
Joel Belchem, Company Director, The Skinny Kitchen, said: ‘We are really excited to be joining the other established brands at Dickens Yard. Together we’ll be able to offer Ealing residents an array of cuisines and hopefully put the area on London’s culinary map.’
Dickens Yard comprises 700 new homes and a range of lifestyle brands and restaurants including Triyoga, Charlotte’s W5, Gail’s Bakery, Content by Terence Conran, Kumon, No. 17, Pasta Remoli, Balans Soho Society, Benham and Reeves, Blo Bar and Jigsaw.
2nd April 2019