Yet more pop ups are coming to Islington; this time it’s Sunday roasts and French bistro fare, which will be landing in The Charles Lamb courtesy of Mirey’s.
The pop up, which previously ran for two months in Caledonian Road’s The Cuckoo N1, will be offering a tidy French-inspired menu to diners around Angel, with starters priced at around £6-9 and mains for £13-15. The menu is set to change
Zoe Adjonyoh is to launch a West African residency at The Sun & 13 Cantons in Soho. The pub will see the Ghanaian-Irish chef, who’s already earning praise from the Observer and Nigel Slater, will be rolling out her traditional West African
We first encountered Division 194 in a Highgate residency, and left mightily impressed. So we're very happy to report that they're back for a two-month stint at Clapham's King & Co.
If you haven't encountered them before, they're led by former Quality Chop House
What: Nanny Bill’s at The Shop
In a nutshell: Hand-pressed burgers, sides and croquettes galore from the food truck’s first kitchen takeover.
Summing it all up: After successful stints in Brixton, Hackney and Shepherd’s Bush, Nanny Bill’s is heading northwest to The Shop in Kensal Rise, bringing with them loads of
What: Soul Food Sisters
In a nutshell: Caribbean meets European in Clapham’s King & Co’s newest residency
Summing it all up: Jerk roast chicken, scotch bonnet menemen and rum jerk halloumi gives you an idea of the kind of Caribbean-meets-Europe fusion pub grub that sisters Elly and Becca Perry will be dishing up - along with plenty
If you’ve been meaning to get down to Birthdays to nab one of Le Bun’s decadent burger dishes, then good news - they’ve decided to extend their residency to the 2 April.
Not only that, but they’ll be adding a few new dishes to their repertoire, including the joyfully-named Fucking Vegans (pictured above), a “proper vegan burger”. For £8, those avoiding animal products can enjoy a hearty cauliflower
The next residency at Dalston's Pamela is about to kick off as Club Mexicana takes over. They are, as the name suggests, all about Mexican food - but it's all vegan too. They're on a mission to show that vegan food can be way more than what people expect.
They've been popping up at street food markets all over town and their menu recreates classic Mexican dishes including:
New Orleans with a British spin from an ex Quality Chop House chef
Hearty, warming pies are just the job for January, and you'll be able to get your hands on one to accompany your pint in Clapham's The King & Co pub until February.
It's part of a two-month residency that the local boozer has organised with MYPIE, a street food vendor that specialises in all thing encased in pastry. Expect plenty of classic fillings: chicken, steak chilli, ham and tarragon, or roast mushroom,
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Updated 27/10/16 with Test Drive
Like the sound of strong cocktails and brilliant Italian bites to accompany them? Who wouldn't? Italian mixologist Simone Caporale (who used to work at Artesian - once the World's Best Bar) is
If you’ve been down to Pop Brixton and left stuffed to the brim with Basque delights, it’s likely you’re familiar with the Donostia Social Club. They’ll be returning to their south London roots to serve up tapas once more out of The King and Co, Donostia Social Club will settling into a two month residency, helping us see out the colder months with a mix of menu favourites, as well as a few new
The arrival of local cafe Blend Harringay was a breath of fresh air to Green Lanes, bringing proper coffee, cakes and a great work and social space to the somewhat barren stretch between The Salisbury pub and Turnpike Lane.
Blend will now be livening up the area even more when they launches a six month residency from Sambal Shiok, who’ll be dishing up steaming hot bowls of laksa noodle soup from 25 October. The arrival of Sambal Shiok follows their
After a previous successful residency, Laksa Kitchen are back in the Tolli Cafe for the winter - and they've brought some new dishes with them too:
A Hot Dinners exclusive
Earlier this year, we popped along to check out chef William Gleave's cooking at P Franco, having heard some seriously great buzz about him on the London food grapevine. Now Gleave has moved on and the teeny kitchen he occupied at the back of this Clapton wine bar has a similarly illustrious chef on
Who doesn't love sliders? You can eat them and pretend you're a giant. Or, if your appetite precludes eating more than one normal sized burger in a sitting, they're the perfect way to try more of a menu. So we're stoked to hear that Yeah! Burger are putting on a residency at Off Broadway, but even more pleased to hear it's going to be a slider bar.
Adam Creissen and Scott Hopkins - the chaps behind Yeah! Burger - both worked in the kitchen at this East London
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