If you're heading to Frieze 2021, all that consumption of art is probably going to make you hungry for consumption of another kind. Here's our guide to where to eat at the exhibition this year.
La Goccia - From the Petersham Nurseries Cafe group, if you want to share some cicchetti while you discuss contemporary art, this is the place to go.
Moro - Sam and Sam Clark, owners of Moro are no strangers to the art world. Samuel's dad was landscape artist Anthony Fry. At Frieze, they'll be serving up salt cod croquetas and lamb tagine along with rosewater & cardamom ice cream.
Napoli Gang - This delivery arm of the Big Mamma Group (Gloria, Circolo Popolare, Ave Mario) will have a short menu of pizzas on offer, along with their signature XXL lemon meringue pie.
Rita's - Rita's have just opened their Soho restaurant and if that wasn't keeping them busy enough they're popping up here too. Top dishes to try include a vegan Tonnarelli with celeriac cacio e pepe and their buttermilk panna cotta with baked plums.
Grab a bowl of poke from Poke House, pastries from Gail's, a coffee from the Illy Cafe and there are two key bars, the Ruinart Art Bar and the Yalumba wine bar.
In addition to a Gail's Cafe, here are the two restaurants in the masters part of Frieze.
Heckfield Place - This Hampshire hotel is owned by billionaire Gerald Chan who has a legendary collection of British modern art, plenty of which is now on view at Heckfield Place. Here at Frieze, Culinary Director Skye Gyngell's menu includes wild sea bass with potatoes, leeks, flowering thyme and aioli, and apple, lemon and vanilla tart with crème fraiche.
Folie - From Soho's Golden Square this London restaurant is bringing the taste of the Med to Regent's Park.
More about Frieze London
Where is it? Regent’s Park, London NW1 4LL
When does it open? 13-17 October 2021
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