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Industrial Kitchens in London

Industrial kitchens for hire

London's diverse culinary scene offers an array of professional kitchen facilities for hire, an ideal environment for food preparation, photoshoots, video shoots, and culinary experiments. Whether you're creating delectable dishes, capturing culinary artistry, or bringing a unique food concept to life, hiring a commercial kitchen in London opens up a world of creative possibilities. Explore Tutti’s wide range of culinary spaces available for hire in London.

Explore 100+ kitchens for hire in London
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Lock
Fully fitted industrial kitchen
Lock Warehouse
From
£1,800
per day
First Option Location Studio
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Perseverance Works
Price on request
Vogue Agent Ltd
Stylish & modern kitchen studio
The Modern Kitchen Studio For Hire (Canary Wharf)
From
£330
per half-day

Why hire an industrial kitchen in London?

London boasts commercial kitchens, restaurant kitchens and kitchen studios equipped with state-of-the-art appliances, expansive spaces, and a range of amenities tailored to meet the needs of food professionals and enthusiasts alike. Whether you're planning to launch a new food product, capture stunning visuals for your food blog, or host a culinary event, renting an industrial kitchen offers many benefits.


Professional kitchens are designed for efficiency and functionality, providing a realistic and professional backdrop for food-related shoots. Industrial kitchens are also equipped with professional grade appliances and tools, ensuring that you have access to everything you need for your shoot. This includes large ovens, industrial-sized mixers, and other specialised equipment that may not be readily available in a standard kitchen.


Industrial kitchens typically have more space than a regular kitchen, allowing the crew to move equipment around, plus the extra space can be especially beneficial for video shoots where multiple angles and setups may be required. Another factor to consider is whether your shoot involves cooking or preparing food for commercial purposes, in this case using a licensed industrial kitchen will help you comply with health and safety regulations. 


Temperature control is another important aspect when dealing with food, and commercial kitchens equipped with adequate heating, cooling, and refrigeration systems to store and prepare food at safe temperatures, as well as ensure fodd stays looking fresh throughout the shoot.


Some industrial kitchens may have on-site professionals who can assist with food preparation and other aspects of the shoot. This can be valuable if you need expertise in culinary techniques or if you want to showcase specific cooking processes.


Checklist for renting an industrial kitchen:


Define your needs:

Determine the purpose of renting the commercial kitchen (photo shoot, video shoot, food preparation, etc.) so you can understand exactly what you need from the space.


Establish your budget:

Establish how long you will need to rent a kitchen and then establish a budget. Kitchen hire fees can be charged by the hour, half-day or full-day. Make sure to find out whether there are additional costs such as cleaning fees and equipment usage fees.


Choose a location:

Tutti has kitchens available for hire across north, south, east and west London, giving you the freedom to choose a convenient location that suits your needs and is accessible to your team and suppliers.


Size and layout:

Ensure the kitchen has enough space for your team and equipment and verify that the layout accommodates your shoot requirements. As well as viewing photos online you may be able to arrange a tour of the kitchen space with the hosts. You can message hosts directly via the Tutti listing page.


Equipment and facilities:

List the specific equipment you need (ovens, stovetops, mixers, etc.) and check the availability of any specialised equipment required for your project. The host should be able to provide you with the list of equipment included.


Frequently Asked Questions

Can I tour the kitchen facilities before booking?

Yes, many kitchens allow tours. If you’d like to schedule a visit to inspect the facilities and equipment before making a booking, simply message the host via the Tutti listing page.

What equipment is typically available in a commercial kitchen?

Commercial kitchens are equipped with professional-grade appliances, including large ovens, stovetops, refrigerators, freezers, and various cooking tools. Specific equipment may vary, so you can always request an equipment list from the host.

Do I need to bring my own cleaning supplies when hiring a kitchen?

While basic cleaning supplies are often provided, it's a good idea to confirm with the host. It’s also important to clarify what your cleaning responsibilities are - some spaces may charge a cleaning fee for compulsory professional cleaning after use.

What types of kitchens are available for rent?

London offers a variety of commercial kitchens, including fully-equipped industrial kitchens, prep kitchens, and speciality kitchens for specific culinary needs. If you are looking for a studio specifically designed for a food photography shoot, check out our kitchen studios for hire.

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