This autumn, Richard, Oliver and Gregory Gladwin will launch new restaurant Nutbourne in Battersea.
The trio behind The Shed and Rabbit are opening Nutbourne as an all-day brasserie and grill in the former Ransome’s Dock site.
The concept is inspired by the English countryside, with the restaurant taking its name from the Gladwin family farm and vineyard in West Sussex, and will offer a taste of rural life using British ingredients directly from its namesake.
The menu moves away from the sharing plates that the brothers have become known for, and instead offers classic dishes such as a full English and Nutbourne beef burger from the open grill that will both warm the restaurant in winter and create an open barbecue atmosphere in summer.
Paying homage to Ransome’s Dock, Nutbourne will have an expansive wine list with 150 classics, a fine wine section and wines from the brothers’ vineyard.
The waterside location offers outside seating for 40 guests complete with tree palms, water troughs, foliage and lily pads. Inside, details include a garden-inspired mural, framed botanical prints and an embroidered vegetable installation hanging from the ceiling. A butcher’s table will be situated next to the open grill with seating for up to 14 diners, and a downstairs private room can accommodate up to 25.
“With Nutbourne, we wanted to create a community restaurant for Battersea locals,” say Richard and Oliver. “We both live in and love this area and we hope that we’ve created a space that caters to all the tastes of people from here and the surrounding areas. We look forward to welcoming you to our secret garden soon!”