It's already been hugely popular in Dubai and United Arab Emirates, and now the projector-based restaurant Dinner Time Story is coming to London. So what is it? Put simply, you'll have a little show on your dinner plate as a tiny chef starts creating your meal in front of you. It IS rather hard to explain, but this video does it rather well:
Sub Cult is bringing their deli-style sub rolls to Finsbury Avenue Square’s pop-up shipping containers for 18 months.
You may have seen Sub Cult around the likes of Maltby Street, Leather Lane, and Brockley Market, serving up their bagel-brioche sub rolls out of their big monochrome van. Now City workers will be able to get a taste at breakfast and lunch, including subs like:
Cracker manufacturer Jacob's is the latest brand to hop on the pop-up bandwagon.
Just when you think you've seen every unassuming
Lights of Soho, Brewer Street’s neon art gallery, is set to get a new sparkling wine bar for the summer by the name of Fiz, inspired by the cava bars of Barcelona.
Rather than requiring people to commit to a single pricey bottle, as is often the case in champagne bars, Fiz will encourage visitors to sample multiple different types of bubbly. There’ll be around 10 varieties to choose from, with bottles from England, Austria and Portugal,
The next pop-up to hit Hackney art and gallery space Proud East is Chit Chaat Chai, an Indian street food restaurant from Wandsworth, who’ll be settling in for the duration of the gallery's summer-long Pop-Up India event.
Chit Chaat Chai’s speciality is chaat, the small sharing plates of Indian food from which they take their name, which they’ll be serving up to visitors throughout the Pop-Up India event with a
Fitzrovia world food restaurant Foley’s is set to be John Lewis’s next residency, neatly knitting together the two biggest trends of the summer so far: tacos and department store rooftops.
Operating out of their rooftop installation, The Gardening Society, they’ll be cooking up a special menu focusing mainly on tacos with an international twist, made with ingredients like Korean BBQ, Goan crab and even sweet panna cotta, playing
The next stall to pop up in Old Street Station’s busy concourse will be Butterscotch, a new bakery serving American layer cakes, cookies and more, run by Bea Vo, formerly of Bea’s of Bloomsbury.
It’ll be the bakery’s first debut in London ahead of its official opening in White City where it’ll find a more permanent home
Fancy a drink with a view over Knightsbridge? The Jumeirah Carlton Tower has just opened a ninth floor bar
Heading to Selfridges food hall this summer is another pop-up aiming to make us rethink the food we throw away
Culture, charcuterie and more at this civilised pop-up hitting the Dulwich Picture Gallery for the summer
The West End has a rather nice new seafood pop-up to try for the summer
A new series of chef residencies is coming to Borough Market and we have to admit - the names involved are pretty impressive, it's all about the chefs showcasing what they'd do with their upcoming restaurants.
Comfort food, loads of wine pairings (with plenty by the glass), and something known as the Holy Trinity of Pig Snacks, Gezellig formula is the winning antidote to grey skies, and moods. Expect szechuan duck and a cheese and lamb fat toastie and old school wines from classic regions.
GQ Bar is the magazine's first pop-up in London, serving up food and drink designed to bring its pages to life, like wagyu beef burgers and a trademark Manhattan with two types of Bourbon.
These days you don't need to travel the world to visit the best bars - they're all coming to London. Dead Rabbit is coming to Claridge's and now The Bloomsbury Club Bar (BCB) is bringing in cult Sydney bar The Baxter Inn for a bar residency this month, which kicks off on Wednesday 24th
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