The King & Co can’t seem to get enough of kitchen residencies. Recently we’ve seen the Clapham Common boozer welcome the likes of MYPIE, Division 194, and now, new for this
If you love your laksa, then there's a new place to head straight for in Dalston. The London Laksa Bar sees them moving from their Broadway market stall into L'Atelier cafe.
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.
White asparagus takes the spotlight at this German pop up
A Hot Dinners exclusive
We'll admit we are VERY big fans of Max's Sandwich Bar on Stroud Green Road. It's been the winner of Best Cheap Eats at the Observer Food Monthly Awards and, to our mind, creates some of the best sandwiches in London. But if you haven't had the chance to head to the original yet, another Max's is on the way. This time he's heading over to Dalston for an extended residency of six
Dine on 18-hour pork broth ramen, chicken karaage and milk cheesecake with sansho pepper in an Islington nano-brewery, thanks to Adam Rawson’s #Rawmen pop-up, this time running for just two weeks.
Yet more pop ups are coming to Islington; this time it’s Sunday roasts and French bistro fare, which will be landing in The Charles Lamb courtesy of Mirey’s.
The pop up, which previously ran for two months in Caledonian Road’s The Cuckoo N1, will be offering a tidy French-inspired menu to diners around Angel, with starters priced at around £6-9 and mains for £13-15. The menu is set to change
Zoe Adjonyoh is to launch a West African residency at The Sun & 13 Cantons in Soho. The pub will see the Ghanaian-Irish chef, who’s already earning praise from the Observer and Nigel Slater, will be rolling out her traditional West African
We first encountered Division 194 in a Highgate residency, and left mightily impressed. So we're very happy to report that they're back for a two-month stint at Clapham's King & Co.
If you haven't encountered them before, they're led by former Quality Chop House
What: Nanny Bill’s at The Shop
In a nutshell: Hand-pressed burgers, sides and croquettes galore from the food truck’s first kitchen takeover.
Summing it all up: After successful stints in Brixton, Hackney and Shepherd’s Bush, Nanny Bill’s is heading northwest to The Shop in Kensal Rise, bringing with them loads of
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