A G-shaped kitchen is fairly similar to a U-shaped kitchen, but it's bigger and generally more practical. In fact, a fourth side is attached to one side of the U at a right angle, normally leaving a small opening through which people can enter and exit the kitchen. The G-shape kitchen is ideal for families who seek extra storage space, counter space, a breakfast bar or an entertaining area. G-shaped kitchens fit very well into kitchens attached to open-plan living areas, with their peninsular wall fronting onto living spaces.
“G-shaped” kitchen is an altered version of the “U-shaped” kitchen. “G-shaped” kitchen layout makes the room spacious & opens up the wall to the nearby room & creates a pass through. It is best suited to those who wants to use any area of the kitchen. It is completed by adding peninsula to create the complete “G-shaped” kitchen layout.