Roux at Skindles is the classic and contemporary Brasserie created by Michel Roux, OBE, and his son Alain. The impressive three-storey building on the banks of the Thames called for high spec interiors to match its classy cuisine.
Surface-buttoned, teal Banquette seating decorates the light and airy brasserie with views out onto the river accompanied by a mixture of dark-wood and light-wood chairs with wicker and padded seats. The well-spaced tables allow for 80 covers.
An eye-catching copper top graces the cocktail bar, lined with sophisticated, curved bar stools. A relaxed and comfortable feel is created.
The terrace is graced by an array of exterior pieces including unique fixed seating with weather resistant loose cushions.