If you’re the sort of Londoner who thinks browsing vinyls and watching a film with your BBQ’d dinner sounds just great, then you’ll be wanting to head to Hackney Fields hipster hub the Institute of Light, which is just about to launch a residency with Billy Smokes.
Operating out of what IOL dubs “one of the coolest terraces in London Fields”, Billy Smokes will be dishing up all the usually summery BBQ
Lord of the Wings are bringing their fried, free range, sauce-drenched chicken wings to Highgate pub The Duke’s Head
American-inspired buffalo wings is Lord of the Wings' speciality, who are temporarily moving into The Duke’s Head, bringing with them lots of Southern-style cooking, including minted watermelon salad, tropical frozen fruit bars and of course, lots of Buffalo wings, slathered in one of five sauces of your
Hot off the heels of their Gezellig pop-up, this July sees Carousel move its residency programme into the Tate’s Level 9 kitchen for three weeks.
There’ll be three very international chefs on the roster from Mexico to Spain to Australia, who’ll
Get down to Hackney Wick’s the Stour Space before the summer’s out, and you’ll be able to enjoy an al fresco canalside aperitif and traditional Italian food, thanks to Sood Family’s new residency.
The warehouse pop-up sees the Sood Family getting back to their Puglia roots with traditional Italian cuisine that’s been given a modern twist by Michele, a relatively new chef who’s spent the past two years working
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.
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