We're very much liking the sound of an imminent pop-up coming to the Newman Arms in Fitzrovia. The whole thing has come about as a partnership between Matt Chatfield (Cornwall Project) will supply the beef and veg, Zeren Wilson the wine and front of house will be Jon Cannon-Gierth (ex Simon Rogan & Tom Sellers).
The whole thing has come about as a partnership between Matt Chatfield - he's supplying the beef and
Much-loved restaurant Racine may not have found a new permanent spot yet, but if you're still suffering from withdrawal symptoms caused by its closure, then there's an upcoming chance to get a new fix.
Harris is popping up at Darkhorse in Stratford for one night only and that menu (paired with Darkhorse wines) includes:
Business for London's street food folk is booming. The latest we hear is of is a new indoor street van spot coming to Peckham.
The Peckham Feastival launches on 11th November with a collection of street food trucks including The Cheese Truck, Popdogs, Forza Win (that's their nduja croquettes pictured above) and Rainbo. Taking over 11,500 sq foot warehouse in Peckham’s Copeland Park, they'll also have two bars, plenty of space to eat and provide a home to Birdies
Those in charge of sorting out Christmas party, but tasked with the harrowing prospect of finding something ‘a bit different’ will be pleased to know The Manhattan Club’s new immersive speakeasy experience.
For the entirety of the festive period, West London’s Brunswick Studio will be transformed into a roaring ‘20s themed speakeasy, taking attendees back in time via a raft of entertainment and a five and six-course tasting menu. There’ll be dress up,
Harrods is set to kick off its next series of pop-ups with luxury Scottish cuisine from its chef of the season, Tom Kitchin.
The Kitchin at Harrods will be the first pop-up from the chef, and follows the success of his Michelin-starred The Kitchin in Edinburgh. The launch is well-timed for November’s inevitable cold snap too, with hearty highland food making for an ideal way to see off a blustery
Possibly the most perfect winter pop-up is heading to Old Street station from October. Blondies Kitchen Milk and Cookie Pop-Up Bar will combine the gooiest cookies with a range of special milk for the ultimate comfort food. Cookies on offer are:
With its compact menu and just a handful of simple, Aperitivo-style drinks on offer, Brew Tap Burger is a prime example of why it’s always better to do a few things, but do them well.
It’s the latest brainchild from Rohit Chugh, the man behind central London’s Indian street cafe Roti Chai. Now, Rohit is applying his sixth sense for food trends to the never-ending burger craze with Brew Tap Burger. It
We bring you more infomation of a joyous burger nature with news that popular burger boys Le Bun are heading back to East London. They're taking over the food at Dalston's Birthdays.
If you happened to try their amazing Le Mac burger at this year’s National Burger Day, you'll be happy to hear that's going on the menu at Birthday's. If you didn't get round to it, hearing that it features two rare breed patties, black truffle burger sauce, smoked pickles, American cheese,
After winning the Slider Decider two years in a row, Adam Rawson is bringing those burgers along to his next week-long pop-up. He's appearing at the Sun & 13 Cantons with the winning burgers AND a Seven Wonders of the Culinary World menu.
The ex-Pachamama chef's evening menu will be seven courses, each from a different place that he's visited in the past few months. So that's a VERY enticing menu that
It really does seem that the upper echelons of the World's 50 Best love popping up in London. Following El Cellar de Can Roca, the latest is from the chef at France's Mirazur (number 6 in the list). Argentine Mauro Colagreco is coming to town as part of the Barulllo event, which celebrates
Four years ago, Londoners went a little batshit crazy when it transpired that burger chain of legend In-N-Out were popping up in Hendon. Well, they're back again and this time they're hitting the Finchley Road.
The news broke at the weekend when local London newspaper the
We make a return trip to one of Jason Atherton's early restaurants - has Little Social stood the test of time?
Love having your mates over to supper, but hate the washing up/general prep part of it? Then IKEA's new Shoreditch pop-up could be for you. For 15 days the Swedish retailer is putting on a DIY restaurant where you pick out the menu.
The good news is that once you've picked out the dishes to serve, you'll get a head chef to help realise your menu plus a sous chef and maître de to help out. The cleaning up will be done for you and you get to invite up to 19 of
Here's hoping you've already been on your holidays, because the news we're about to bring you will be a death blow to any attempts at a beach body . For five days next week there's a sweet pie pop-up coming to Clerkenwell bringing all manner of calorific goodies to the London scene.
The company is Three. One Four which specialises in American desserts. They'll be serving their wares at Printworks
If you like a bit of decent whisky with your curry, then a new popup launching in Battersea next month is for you. Tiger Dram will take over the back room at Cornish Tiger's restaurant on Battersea Rise, serving up curry dishes alongside artisan whiskies.
There's just one thing - you'll have to find your way first. There's apparently going to be a secret entrance and even if you find it you won't be admitted unless you rub the Buddha’s belly.
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