RDA helps create new-look in restaurant for gluten free diners


RDA has transformed the interior of gluten free London-based restaurant, Niche.

Located in Islington, London, RDA installed new flooring, feature tiling and fixed seating as part of the design.

Opening in 2013, Niche was London’s first 100% gluten-free restaurant to be accredited by Coeliac UK, something the company wants to keep at the forefront of its business today.

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Marc Warde, co-owner and executive chef at Niche, said: “Our aim is to become the friendly and accessible face of free-from dining. As such we felt our ambience and environment is part of the experience our customers have as a whole; and is as important as the food itself.”

He added: “From our initial meeting with RDA we felt they understood Niche and the look and feel we wanted to create, and we couldn’t be happier with the results.”

He added: “One in 100 people live with Coeliac disease, me included. Our menu has evolved over time and we have created a bank of recipe and menu options to truly call our own.

Last month, Catering Insight reported on RDA’s new design at the University of Wolverhampton.

Read more on that story here:

RDA brings a taste of the high street to the University of Wolverhampton

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