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Chef Rob Roy Cameron, ex-of El Bulli and Noma, will be cooking at Crispin in E1 for ten days in early September 2019. Running for two weeks of Tuesday to Saturday evenings, from 3rd to 14th September, there will be a small menu with dishes from £8, or the opportunity to have one of everything for just £29.50 a head. Sounds fabulous!
For Starters is a new supper club, created by chef Scott Perkins and theatre practitioner Cassandra O'Reilly, is holding a six course supper club upstairs at The Joker of Penton St, near to Angel station, on Friday 23rd August 2019. Titled Ode to the British Showman, it is a celebration of classic street food from stalls at British travelling fairs of yesteryear. Tickets cost just £45, and you can see some of their menu developent on their Instagram page here.
What The Fattoush have taken over the Hornbeam Cafe in Walthamstow for Thursday to Sunday evenings (& Saturday & Sunday brunches) until the end of September, serving their wonderful Plant-based Palestinian Plates to hungry locals.
I've had What The Fattoush's street food before in a pub, but this new residency - including front of house - was just on another level. Fantastic food, that looks as good as it tastes, combined with great hospitality. It loved it so much!
It’s bloody hot out there, in case you hadn’t noticed.
The media and Met Office are in a state of perpetual panic, as they urge people to stay out of the sun a
This year, London is finally becoming a National Park City - and it's time to celebrate, during the National Park City Festival from Jul 20 to Jul 28. Take part
Cucina Rustica, which serves fine Italian and Sicilian dishes, is taking over the kitchen at The King & Co for July 2019, serving Mondays to Saturdays. Hoping to provide photographic proof of this one soon!
The best pop-up restaurants, pop-up bars, street food, pop-up shops & more in London, 14th-21st June 2019 including The Seafood Festival at Battersea Power Station - Until Sun 16th
Festok, a Lebanese ice cream maker based in London, is popping up for the summer at Harvey Nichols in their fifth floor food department. Lebanese ice cream is known for its light elastic texture and Festok have created their own bespoke flavours such as Date, Turmeric, Carob and Meghli. Their organic ice cream is natural, rich in flavour, plant-based and, they say, quite addictive! Looking forward to trying this!
For starters, it was hard to avoid their oyster selection with a selection of vinaigrettes. They were some of the freshest and largest oysters I've ever tried from West Mersea.
Jérémy Bouchet, is bringing his Le Bouchon pop-up to The Bach in Hoxton for just two nights in June - Saturday 8th & Sunday 9th. Expect a showcase of modern Lyonnaise cuisine over 5 courses, with seatings starting at 6.30pm each night. Dinner is just £50, and there are only 50 places each night - hurry!
A close inspection of their menu will indicate there is virtually no difference between their menu and a non-gluten-free restaurant's menu; if anything they make extra sure, there is no compromise on the taste of their food.
Princess of Persia, a Peckham-based pop-up serving modern Persian food, are doing a supper club on Sunday 5th May (the day before Bank Holiday Monday) at Louie Louie in Walworth Road, near to Elephant & Castle. Tickets are just £26, which gets you their vegetarian menu with several items including their Kookoo Sibzamini, a potato and saffron egg based dish. It all looks so delicious!
From London Easter egg hunts and interactive family attractions, to a spectacular Good Friday performance and traditional Easter Sunday lunch, find Easter activities and opening times in London.
CHIK'N, chef Carl Clarke's chicken restaurant, is opening in Soho this May, and to warm people up he's hostng a pop-up at The Sun & 13 Cantons in Great Pulteney Street, for one night only, on Monday 15th April. No booking allowed, so go early for the chance to try the excellent chicken sandwiches for just £5 each, with profits going to the Centrepoint charity. It's open from 6pm to 10pm only - go!
Zoe's Ghana Kitchen is holding a two month residency at The King & Co in Clapham, for April & May 2019, returning to the pub 4 years after her last residency. In the meantime she's become famous for writing her own cook book, run a restaurant in Brixton, and had other residencies in North and East London. Come for her new menu, including the slow-cooked Lamb Shank - which I'm told is stunning!
The best pop-up restaurants, street food, pop-up bars, pop-up shops and more in London, 29th March - 5th April 2019 including Kitchen FM's French Residency at Great Guns Social in Borough - Ends Sat 30th
The Turul Project is a Hungarian supper club led by head chef Mihaly Valincsek/ It is holding its next dinner on Sunday 7th April at Nanashi Shoreditch i Rivington St, and tickets are just £40 for a dinner that includes highlights like a dish of Trout, Sprouting Broccoli,Sorrel, “Tokaji Aszù” Vinegar. Be there!