It’s definitely winter pop-up season, and Last Days of Shoreditch Winter La La Land (say that five times fast) is stepping up to the plate with their winter warmer cocktails, street food and Lucky Voice karaoke.
The vendors who’ll be settling in for the festive period are Cheeky Burger, vegan junk food experts Biff's Jack Shack, and Smokey Tails, a street food stall from DJ Seth Troxler, that’ll
If you can’t get enough of the crunchy nuggets of joy that are fried chicken in your life, then this is one for you. Mr Ji, a Taiwanese-inspired fried chicken restaurant is popping up for five weeks in Camden, and there'll be cayenne dips, ginger doughnuts and spiked teas to boot.
It's the brainchild of Sam Green and Samuel Haim, who came up with the idea while hiking in Taipei. Plus, fried food aficionado Simon
Borough Market bakers Bread Ahead are heading to Mayfair for a temporary wintery bakery , bringing breakfast, sandwiches, pastries, and a special edition Christmas pudding doughnut (!)
They’ll be opening up the North Audley Street pop-up come November, and running it throughout the festive season until late January, kicking off bright and early with breakfast from 7am that’ll include
The chef from Dalston’s A Little Of What You Fancy is the latest to step into the residency role at Borough Wines & Beers downstairs brewery.
Elaine Chalmers, along with her long-term associate chef Pete Le Faucheur will be setting up Elaine & Pete’s Dining Room in Brewery Below.
It’ll be a seasonal, regularly changing menu with some intriguing ingredient combinations, like
Lovers of Canada’s iconic chips-n-gravy dish poutine (the above example from The Cheese Bar) are in for a treat this autumn when a pop-up devoted exclusively to the national dish launches in Kingsland Road courtesy of Air Canada.
If you've been missing the very-fine-indeed burgers of Burgerac's Burgershack, then this news will be very welcoming - they're back! And they've returned to their old haunt, the Royal Oak in Marylebone.
From next week, right up until Christmas, all the favourites will be back on the menu. So that includes the legendary Hubba Hubba (two mustard fried 3oz aged beef patties, American cheese, pickles, chipotle burger
There’s something deeply enjoyable about halloumi, from the weirdly pleasing squeaking noise to the overwhelming salt hit, and of course, the knowledge that you’re essentially just eating a pile of cheese. Plus, it just looks so good on camera - you could hardly swing a cat on street food Instagram this summer without hitting a flat-lay of breaded-halloumi fries.
Those who’ve been entranced by the sound of Bristol’s charming walled garden restaurant The Ethicurean, but haven’t made it over yet, will soon be able to try their menu when they pop up on the John Lewis rooftop.
It’s the latest restaurant to set up in the department store’s rooftop pop-up space, The Gardening Society.
Although famous for charmingly British food with a
It seems just about everyone is getting in on the animal-free thing lately, from Pret to KERB. Now, not one to be left out, Carluccio’s has just announced they’ll be
Update 24/10/17:Unfortunately, the nape pop-up is no longer happening
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This Winter, cured meat lovers Cannon & Cannon are bringing a pop-up of their Camberwellian restaurant
The Camino de Santiago is a 490-mile long trek through Spain, France and The Basque Country, hiked by pilgrims since the 9th century. It's also the inspiration for a new regional Spanish restaurant called Pilgrim headed to London next year. But if you're quick, you'll be able to get a sneak preview at their Dalston pop-up.
Down at 103B Dalston Road, just off Ridley Road market, Pilgrim will be serving up a six-course tasting menu with dry sherry wines,
Every once in a while a press release comes in that is a total gift. Today it's the news that NUNdos is coming to Shoreditch. As you might have hoped/guessed from the name, it's a pop-up restaurant staffed by nuns.
The three-day event is all tied up with the launch of a new Channel 5 series Bad Habits: Holy Orders. While that might sound like the title of the next Whoopi Goldberg movie, it's actually a show following five young
Winter. It's cold, dark, and unavoidably depressing. So, what to do? Well, Oxford Street's new winter pop-up Woody Bear has a few suggestions, mainly in the form of melted cheese and booze.
The new pop-up will be laying on gooey wheels of raclette, croque monsieur and spiked eggnog to warm your cockles and raise your spirits, all taking place on an urban fairground-themed rooftop with amazing views over
Halloween and the Day of the Dead are almost upon us, so expect London's restaurants and bars to go all out to entice you through their doors over the coming period. But one place has already set the bar pretty high for this year's spooky shenanigans. LOSTACOS is popping up at Bermondsey's Doodle Bar and they're going to be serving up glow in the dark tacos.
Guests at the popup, which you'll find just around the corner from Maltby Street Market, can kick off their
Updated 23/9/17 with pictures and more details
Clerkenwell has a new pop-up from luxury Brit brand Burberry which has temporarily extended its West End restaurant (which we're rather fond of) to support the photography exhibition it's putting on by Clerkenwell Green.
Much like the main venue in town, the menu will be heaving
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