Peckham’s The Begging Bowl is on the move for November, with the restaurant to close for refurbishment and re-locate north of the river temporarily. Having launched six years ago, when it quickly got a reputation as one of London’s best Thai restaurants, co-founder Jane Alty says that the time is right to give the space a spruce up and has launched a Kickstarter to fund the refurbishment plans, which include a brand new cocktails bar, a complete kitchen replacement and new furniture.
Peckham locals will still be able to get their Begging Bowl fix during this time, however, with just a short Overground journey to The Bach in Hoxton. Beginning on 1st November and then running every Wednesday - Saturday in November, the pop-up will offer a ‘best of the Begging Bowl menu, including:
- Guinea Fowl, Black Kale, Pickled Garlic, Pennywort Salad
- Turbot, Ginger, Sea Vegetables, Aromatic Broth
- Fermented Shrimp, Tiger Prawn Relish, Sticky Pork Belly, Green Tomatoes, Castelfranco
- Salsify, Coconut, Cashew, Green Mandarin Salad
- Delica Pumpkin, White Sweet Potato, Quince, Chestnut Mussaman
If you live in east London and you’ve never quite made it down to the original Begging Bowl, this is a great opportunity to try some of the best Thai food in London a bit closer to home. Bookings will be taken for groups of 4 - 12 and can be booked through the Begging Bowl website.
More about Begging Bowl at Bach Cafe
Where: 98 Hoxton Street, London N1 6SG
When? 1st November, and throughout November Wednesday - Saturday
Find out more: Visit the website at http://thebeggingbowl.co.uk/ or find them on instagram @beggingbowl
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