Another street vendor is heading inside for December as STAKEhaus lands a month long residency at The Duke's Head. Best known for their steak and chips, they're taking the opportunity to add a festive flavour to their menu, including:
Their last pop-up was a hit and a permanent restaurant is planned, but if you want to check out hot newcomer Pestle asap, then there's a new opportunity on the horizon. They're settling down at Sacred cafe in the evening for a couple of months with a new residency.
Pestle comes from Seb Holmes and
We're always partial to a bit of squid, so the latest residency to come to the King & Co in Clapham for September. Squid Kitchen will be bringing a number of dishes they've perfected as street food traders who specialise in Madrid-style food including, of course squid cones - and the menu includes:
Now this looks like an interesting residency - on for four weeks only. Lee Skeet was head chef at Hedone and has also worked with Marcus Wareing and Tom Aikens before that. It's his second residency since popping up at Carousel and this one will be all about fish. The menu will change depending on the day's catch, but the draft one does look pretty good indeed:
A short while ago, we reported on a new pop-up appearing at Leicester Square station called Pilau (following an earlier stint at Old Street). It proved very popular indeed, so much so that they've now settled down in Soho for a long-term residency. They've taken up a spot just beside the Berwick Street Market and
Allan Pickett is certainly busy. He's not just opening his own restaurant, Piquet, in the heart of Fitzrovia with Bodean founder Andre Blais: he's also taken on the first ever summer residency at the Morgan Group's Sanderson Hotel.
Allan - who was previously head chef at
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