The all-day restaurant, Henry’s Kitchen, situated in Hampton Court serves traditional British and Mediterranean dishes as well as European cuisine.
Being eco-friendly is very important to Henry’s Kitchen, a sustainable restaurant in the heart of Hampton Court, the owner Reza Amini says: “It’s important that everyone does what they can to save the planet, so I wanted to create a sustainable restaurant. This means that not only have we uses local ingredients, but we have also included many sustainable features such as LED energy saving light bulbs, reclaimed timber wall claddings and recycled table tops.”
The restaurant’s interior walls are made from reclaimed timber from Farnham, Surrey; the menus are printed on recycled paper; wines come from Surrey vineyards and all light fittings are energy-saving LEDs.
“Our fish comes from sustainable fisheries in Britain certified by the Marine Stewardship Council,” adds Reza Amini.
Henry’s Kitchen, a gorgeous Hampton Court restaurant, is also supporting local charity Princess Alice Hospice by donating 50p from a starter and 50p from a main course to the charity. The two courses are wild mushroom and goats cheese tart for the starter and for the main course, baked cod, sweet potatoes and anchovies, broad beans and béarnaise sauce.
Reza Amini says “I recognise the important work the Hospice does in the local community and would like to support them in this way.”
Henry’s Kitchen is the first sustainable restaurant in the borough of Hampton Court and East Molesey and it is a member of the “Sustainable Restaurant Association” where members are examined meticulously on 14 key focus areas and are awarded a star rating.