Korean Dinner Party

London

A-nrd Studio

Clan and Kin Fabrics from the Identity Collection

Korean dinner party is a new Soho spot bringing a taste of LA‘s buzzing Koreatown to the top floor of Kingly court. At KDP guests will duck under the glowing neon signage and settle in for an evening of family-style hospitality, East-meets-West dishes, kitsch cocktails and craft beers with an eclectic record collection of Korean hip hop playing into the night. Korean dinner party interior design, curated by A-nrd studio pays homage to metropolitan Korean restaurants found in the heart of Seoul and LA‘s Koreatown.

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Designed by A-nrd, the studio from Alessio Nardi who designed restaurants KOL and
Darjeeling Express, KDP is a stripped back space, with the distressed concrete walls
punctuated with wooden slats, neon lights, Korean wall art by artist Kwang Kwang and shelving
displaying KDP’s vinyl collection. Guests sit at cushioned booths and deep red banquettes
beneath hanging screens, pendant lights and a feature neon light installation, or pull up a stool at the panelled counter where the drinks will be suspended from a hanging wooden bar overhead. An open kitchen will provide a sense of action as flames lick the grill and steamers are bubbling away.