Located on the north side of the Thames, this restaurant is one of three components that comprise the larger Wapping Project. Housed in a former hydraulic power station belonging to the town of Wapping, the “project” includes an art gallery, a theatre, and a restaurant serving modern British cuisine. The high-ceilinged dining room has an industrial-chic style, with exposed pipes, tall arched windows, and brick walls hung with contemporary artwork. The menu changes daily, with possible options including rabbit and fennel stew, and roasted sea bream with potato croquettes. An almost exclusively Australian wine list emphasizes obscure vintages.