A popular bistro and cafe in the heart of Middlesbrough’s independent shopping quarter has re-opened following a major refurbishment. With help from Naru and Ross Architects, the new-look Baker Street Kitchen is now open after a major interior makeover.
On the corner of Baker Street and Albert Road in Middlesbrough, the single storey restaurant has undergone a Scandi-rustic style transformation, as well as a new layout to the seating, service and washroom areas.
Improvements to the main eating areas include banquet-style curved booths in bordeaux upholstery; timber cladding in rustic tones; high and low level loose bistro-style seating in complementary colourways; feature service counters and herringbone plank-style flooring. Indoor planting and hanging greenery have also been introduced to soften the overall look and create a roof-top terrace feel.
As well as breathing new life into the interior, Baker Street Kitchen has extending its opening hours to capitalise on Middlesbrough’s thriving dining scene.
As well as the busy daytime trade, serving favourites such as homemade cakes, cookies, soups, breakfasts, daily specials, coffee and food to go, the restaurant is now open during the evenings and on Sundays to offer bistro and a la carte menus, overseen by a new head chef.
Baker Street Kitchen can be found at: Victoria House, 159 Albert Road, Middlesbrough TS1 2PX. It is open from 8am until 7pm from Monday to Thursday, until 9pm on Friday and Saturday and from 10am until 4pm on Sunday.