Commercial kitchen rental for caterers in London. Ideally suited as prep or central production kitchens for growing businesses.
Our professional kitchens enable catering companies and street food businesses to improve efficiency, product quality and consistency. Plus, catering kitchens don't come any more inspiring than this one!
We know flexibility is key for catering kitchens. So pick a plan that works around your schedule.
Speed up your prep with unlimited access to high volume and heavy-duty commercial equipment.
Don't worry about energy prices, maintenance costs or cleaning. It's all included.
Our commercial kitchen memberships are perfectly suited to caterers who need flexible access to professional kitchen space for prep, production, recipe development and storage.
Speed up your pre-event prep and host tastings with you clients in our beautiful spaces.
Join a community of street food stars and market traders to get prepped before hitting the streets.
Scale up your production and deliver all across London from our central location.
Top of the range ovens, hobs, mixers, and more. Everything including the kitchen sink.
Flexible shift bookings or long-term hire. Choose what works for you.
Hire space for supper clubs, tastings, photography and filming.
Dry and cold storage for your ingredients, packaging and products.
Order through our suppliers and we'll receive deliveries on your behalf.
Flexible office space and meeting rooms for when the cooking stops.
Fully serviced kitchens. We do the dirty work so you don’t have to.
Get the guidance you need from talks, workshops and expert mentors.
Protect yourself from energy cost rises with all-inclusive pricing.
9Kitchens is a social enterprise catering company established to change and shape the lives of vulnerable women in London.
Chrissy’s Kitchen is a conscious catering company based in London, offering exceptional seasonal food for private event and office clients.
Enak, meaning 'tasty' in Indonesian, is a South London based street food business serving dishes inspired by a small village on the island of Flores in Indonesia.