Head down to the atmospheric underbelly of Waterloo to find the newest edition of Vault Festival 2018, complete with burlesque, mardi gras, and a whole heap of creative new street food courtesy of PopCo.
For their new menu, the PopCo duo have gone the route of hearty, greasy eat-with-your-hands food - perfect for keeping punters well fuelled. That includes some rather good sounding ‘Thairitos’
Here's a one-night pop-up that you'll want to get in your diary. Bubbledogs have hosted special events before, but this is the first one that will see both Bubbledogs' Sandia Chang and James Knappett (of the Kitchen Table behind the curtain) in the kitchen together. It's all as a one-night-only Chinese New Year celebration that sees Bubbledogs become Chappett’s
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If you've lived in London long enough to remember the days before pop-ups, when fine dining was French dining and we were all clambering over each other to get past the clipboard nazis at one of Oliver Peyton's gaffs, then the name Poons will have some meaning to you. Back in the day (the day in question being the 70s, 80s and 90s), Bill Poon built up a mini empire of Chinese restaurants across London, even gaining a
Hackneyites are getting a new six-month pop-up that promises modern British and Mediterranean food with a South African twist, by the name of Daffodil Soup.
It looks like an ethically minded, very East London affair, complete with Walthamstow honey, house granola, nut butters and vegan sourdough, that’ll also be available to take away.
Some of the more substantial plates on offer
If you're feeling a little strapped for cash, as the days stretch out until payday, we bring you good news. A pop up restaurant is hitting London next week serving up free lunches.
It's the PR brainchild of the brands Hellmann’s, Marmite and Knorr and the idea is to inspire Londoners to delve into their storecupboard at home and make something to eat from what they have already.
Motivated by survey findings that the public have on average just £28.26
Popdogs will return to their spiritual home this month when they pop-up in Camden’s new Social Bingo Academy, providing meaty nourishment for aspiring bingo-ists who’re getting to grips with the game.
The hotdog experts will be on hand to feeding the hungry masses learning their Duck and Dives from their Two Fat Ladies, all set within that giant Mecca bingo hall just off Camden Park Way - which we’ve also
If you’re the kind of person quietly rejoices when that time of year finally comes around where it’s socially acceptable to scoff one Creme Egg (minimum) after your lunch, then you’ll definitely be wanting to get down to Old Street’s Creme Egg Camp pop-up.
Inside, you’ll be able to get your sticky hands on sugary concoctions like a Creme Egg Toastie, Creme Egg cookies, a Creme Egg ‘Fongoo’ with
Top Swedish bar Linje Tio knows a thing or two about making the most of long, dark winters: it’s booze, and lots of it. Now you’ll be able to get a taste of their unique cocktails when the acclaimed bar - which made it to number 44 on The World's 50 Best Bars’ top 50 list last year - temporarily pops up at 100 Wardour Street.
Cocktails will be full of warming, Scandi flavours perfect for staving off the winter blues, like their Beets By Tjoget, with
If you're using Eurostar to depart from our green and pleasant lands in the next month or so, you’ll get one last shot at tucking into some local produce in the station's departure lounge, thanks to Sourced Market's new pop-up.
Fans of Sourced will already be familiar with their regular St Pancras pitch our front, but on top of that, they’ll be moving into the Eurostar departure lounge for a month-long pop-up.
If you're embracing the whole healthy January thing you may be interested to know that next week the Notting Hill plant-based restaurant and bar, Farmacy, is launching a pop up shot bar at Selfridges. It forms part of Selfridges 2018 #EatHappy campaign which runs from January to March and is all about promoting healthy, sustainable and enjoyable food.
You'll find the Farmacy Shot Bar in the department store's Food Hall where they'll be serving up herbal remedies in
If you want to eat well and do something for others this Christmas - then head straight to Covent Garden where Cook for Syria is launching a popup cafe and takeaway in the heart of Seven Dials - open from this weekend until Christmas Eve. The popup cafe, on the middle of Monmouth St, will serve mezze dishes by the Syrian chef Imad Alarnab, from the much-loved Imad’s Syrian Kitchen popup: he’ll be making delicious plates of hummus and labneh and babaghanoush which
Have you been desperately trying to get a table at Tripadvisor's top rated The Shed at Dulwich? Perhaps you’ve found the line busy for weeks on end, or once you’ve finally managed to get through only to be told the restaurant’s booked out for the next six months - unless perhaps you’re a friend of Jackie’s, by any chance? No? Maybe you’re an influencer on Instagram? Sorry…
Well, the gig is finally very much up. VICE’s breathtakingly shameless
Carousel, which knows a thing or two about organising top residencies in its airy Marylebone venue, has just announced its line up of guest chefs for the New Year.
First up, from 4-13 January, its Romy Gill, who’ll be working together with Carousel’s in-house head chef Ollie Templeton to whip up a set menu packed with "West Bengal meets West Country dishes", so expect plates like spicy crab on sourdough with
Looking for presents for the non-meateater in your life or something vegan for the Christmas feast? Well there's a vegan pop-up heading to Camden Market over December that should be just the ticket.
Blogger Fat Gay Vegan (Sean O'Callaghan) has curated a list of vegan meat and cheese artisans for a plant-based food deli. So far the line-up includes LoveSeitan - that's their burger pictured above, Young Vegans, The Cashew Family, Big V London, Mouse’s
Brrr. Is it just us or did it just get really bloody cold, really fast?! Thank god then that the founder of Shuang Shuang, who concoct warming hot pots best well suited to these frigid temperatures, are launching a pop-up by the name of Mookrata on Shaftesbury Avenue.
The pop-up’s eponymous dish is a half hot pot, half Korean-style barbecue set up designed to be eaten by a large group, so picture communal
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