If you're looking for a properly kosher lunch (or just want to expand your culinary horizons) head for Kensal Rise next month where London's first Kosher-British pop up will be opening its doors to hungry punters.
Kosher Roast will be at The Shop NW10 serving up kosher Sunday lunch on the 4 and 11 December 2011. On the religious side of things, they'll adhere to all the necessary kitchen requirements to ensure it's fit for purpose, with supervision throughout the koshering process and during both events from Rabbi Dadoun of the Hendon Jewish community.
The pop up's menu will feature classic British bar snacks and a main course of roast beef with all thetrimmings. And if you're meat-free, you'l also be catered for with a modern veggie take on Beef Wellington.
There's just 60 places on both dates at £25 per person for food only. Bookings for sittings between 1-3pm can be made through the Kosher Roast website www.kosherroast.co.uk.