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This Signature Victorian Awning® has been installed at the "Kricket" Indian themed restaurant in Denman Street, Soho. The awning casing is manufactured in FSA accredited hardwood which has been painted to match the facade to show the beauty of painted, natural wood. The cover is in black canvas with branding to a special Pantone reference supplied by the client.
Our Victorian Awnings® are the obvious choice for buildings of historic value and are often specified by caring councils for conservation areas, however, the striking appearance can look just as impressive on modern substrates.
The Kricket restaurant is a modern memoir of time the founders spent living and working in Mumbai, where their story started, and which still heavily influences everything they do. Combining British ingredients with the authentic flavours, aromas and spices of India, the restaurant focus is to create seasonal, modern Indian plates and drinks, served in a relaxed space. This first permanent restaurant opened in Soho in January 2017.
Featuring an open kitchen with counter dining, dedicated cocktail bar and semi-private dining space, Kricket Soho is now a vibrant and fun place to socialise over deliciously crafted plates and punchy Indian-inspired drinks.
Denman Street is just off Shaftsbury Avenue which is generally considered the heart of London's West End theatre district, with the Lyric, Apollo, Gielgud and Queen's theatres clustered together on the west side of the road between Piccadilly Circus and Charing Cross Road. At the intersection of Shaftesbury Avenue and Charing Cross Road there is also the large Palace Theatre. Finally, the north-eastern end of the road has another large theatre, the Shaftesbury Theatre.