FED BY WATER™
Unit 1b Dalston Cross Shopping Centre,
64 Kingsland High Street E8 2LX London,
T: 020 7249 6242
M: 07437 473 046
BOOKING is advisable especially throughout the weekend.
We suggest you to book via RESDIARY application or calling us over the landline phone or using the mail application at the bottom of this page (if emailing us please include your mobile phone number where we can reach you).
Seating policy (1:45) . Please be aware we run a one hour and forty five minutes seating policy to be able to give you a comfortable experience and allowing other bookings to be seated in a timely manner especially during peak hours. Exception is made should the table not be rebooked.
Groups. Bookings for groups larger than 8 people will have to be discussed over the phone with Management, as we require a minimum deposit and a pre order, to ensure timely and accurate service for the group and all other guests. Please note we do not split individual items on large bills but we do accept dutch split payments on groups.
Alcohol and cake policy. We do not allow any outside food or beverages, including cakes and alcohol to be consumed in our restaurant. We sell alcohol one site and if you would a celebration cake please get in contact and our chefs will make one special just for you upon request. Please be aware that we adhere to challenge 25 in regards to alcohol, so if you are lucky enough to look underage please be aware you will need to bring ID.
Service charge policy. We value our customers feedback and wish for them to enjoy the best possible service experience at our restaurant and this can only be achieved if our staff enjoy working here. We would like to be very transparent on how we distribute service charges which gets spread amongst employees benefits. Our policy is to provide better than average fringe benefit packages and a reward scheme for those that do best. All of our employees have a regular contract and none are on a 0 hour contract. While there is no legal requirement for restaurants to pass on any of the service charges to staff, we have elected to provide higher than average wages, believing that this is a better way of encouraging and retaining quality performance. We believe this is a significant improvement over the practice of paying staff a minimum wage and relying for the rest on service charges, as is common in many London establishments. Additionally, staff benefits also include the choice of a menu meal on each shift (not a common practice at London restaurants), as well as unlimited non-alcohol drinks together with other benefits. Finally, our employees take home, on average, more than the recommended London living wage which already is far higher then typical wage of a London restaurant worker. The entire team also splits cash tips and gratuities equally (including the kitchen).
Due to recent misunderstandings we have suspended access to dogs. We are very sorry but we cannot manage a situation which could lead to customers complaints. We hope you understand.”
Latest update, Friday 12th May 2017
As from January 2017 dogs will be allowed to enter the premises if accompanied by a responsible handler only during specific hours. We ask that only small to medium sized, well behaved and well socialised dogs come with you on your visit to FED and that they are kept on a lead at all times. To ensure the happiness and well-being of your fluffy friends we will only only be allowing dogs to dine with us on weekdays between 11am and 6pm. This is due to the fact evenings and weekends (and Bank Holidays) get quite hectic and we wouldn’t the pooches to get stressed out or have their tails trodden on. Please bare in mind that you are responsible for your pup and for keeping them under control, if either you or your fluff prove to be a nuisance you may be asked to leave.
Thank you for your understanding and support,