Last week saw the opening of the third Kerbisher and Malt restaurant. The village-like area of Mortlake is the latest area to benefit from this award winning fish and chip shop.
The ethos of the space is based on inspiration from the first two sites yet it's obvious it has a very strong individuality. You will recognise the very familiar signage and the fresh aesthetic, but notice the some more refined elements to the design of its interior space. Warn wooden cladding are set to represent traditional timber ship boarding; these are contrasted to fresh and clean white tiling. Antiqued mirrors, which have been decorated with various different styles of traditional texts, exihibit elements from the delicious K&M menu. The mirrors and painted frames serve to break up the tiling and add a quirky element to the space. Bespoke industrial wall lights are a striking and unique feature. The banquette seating covered in pesto green leather add warmth and helps to give the restaurant a smarter edge over its sibling sites.
Whether you're up for a good old fish finger butty, some creamy mushy peas or some seriously good fish, we would highly recommend Kerbisher and Malt, East Sheen. For contact details and more, click the below.