Waterhouse is one of Shoreditch’s hidden gems with delicious and tempting menu features and some of the freshest seasonal ingridients. Everything is prepared in ecologically friendly surroundings. Most of the food is organic or fair trade and the worms in their wormery eat raw food waste.
Shoreditch Trust, the charity that owns Waterhouse, has made it a goal to reduce economic and social disadvantages through supporting people that desire to gain knowledge, opportunities and skills so that they will be able to: participate at the fullest in the workplace and in civil society, achieve independence and resilience , access the services and support they require , lead healthier lives in their communities or simply gain confidence. The people that work at Waterhouse usually fall under one of the following categories : struggling with community , cultural , peer pressure or difficult family and personal circumstances, experiencing harsh transitions, lacking the necessary skills or knowledge and the ones that live in poverty.
Waterhouse’s Blue Marble Training programme is considered Trust’s flagship. It provides mentoring, training and that much needed work experience while at the same time supporting vulnerable young people to be independent , develop their talents and skills, gain qualification and easily acces opportunities in order to achieve long-term careers in the food and hospitality business.
Waterhouse Restaurant delivers beautifully prepared food which is exciting, fresh and sustainably sourced for both outdoor and indoor events.
Waterhouse Conference Centre
A fantastic facility which is suitable for meetings, workshops, training days and conferences.
The facility is located on the floor above the Waterhouse Restaurant.