IFSE proves King of university kitchens

IFSE recently completed King’s Kitchen for King’s College London.

IFSE Group has completed a bold restaurant concept that made use of previously unused and ‘unloved’ space in the centre of the King’s College London’s bustling Bush House Campus.

The result was a cohesive, modern and inviting restaurant space with a key focus on delivering distinctive, diverse and delicious meals for at the central London university.

The kitchen now boasts a new state-of-the-art Electrolux Professional cooking suite which includes the Thermaline range, equipped with two four-zone induction suites, pressure bratt pan and two 20 grid combination ovens for prime cooking.

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Front of house, the white-tiled servery is juxtaposed with dark stone counter tops to give a dramatic and defined feel to the space. Low hanging pendant lights highlight the ‘underground vibe’ of the seating area, which also makes use of rustic long bench seating for dining, working or socialising.

IFSE installed an Electrolux Professional cooking suite for King’s Kitchen.

John Moores, sales director at IFSE, said: “We’re extremely proud of the restaurant and kitchen at KCL. It’s a testament to our teams’ design capabilities and KCL’s commitment to great food for their students, staff and guests alike.”

While the university’s estates and facilities manager added: “The recent installation at King’s Kitchen is the new ‘jewel in the crown’ of our catering offer. John the team at IFSE have delivered yet another fantastic restaurant for us and the finished result has been extremely well received.”

To see a video walkthrough of the space, click HERE.

 

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One Comment;

  1. Bill Moore said:

    Well done to John and the IFSE team.
    Also loved the great walk through Action video which
    enhances appreciation of the design and detail of the completed project.
    Look forward to seeing IFSE’s next prestigious design & build project!

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