February’s best pop up restaurants

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The pop-up restaurant scene is thriving so we asked Dan Calladine from londonpopups.com to give us the inside scoop on February’s best pop up restaurants.

 

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What to See

pop up restaurantsThe ‘Camberwell Love’ Sunday Roasts at Palm2 in Clapton – 16th Feb

Camberwell Love, headed by chef James Cochran, is holding two Sunday lunches at the Palm2 space in Clapton on 2nd & 16th February.  Please note that this is in Clapton, not Camberwell!

For more information visit facebook.com/camberwelllove

 

pop-up restaurantsPlatterform’s Sea Adventures Pop-up Rooftop Restaurant in London Fields – Trhus – Sun from 13th Feb

Platterform have taken over the roof space on Martello Street, London Fields, previously used by Coppa last summer, and have created a maritime-themed pop-up with a series of different chefs all cooking seafood.  Dave Yorkston starts on 13th Feb, to be followed by other chefs in March and April.

For more information visit platterform.com

 

pop up restaurantKaiseki by Kitchen Theory at The House of Wolf in Islington – 12th & 13th, & 26th & 27th Feb

Kitchen Theory returns to House of Wolf in February and March for a series of Japanese evenings in which Japanese cuisine will be reinterpreted into an artistic experimental dining event.  Chefs Helder Gila-Alonso & Jozef Youssef (both ex Fat Duck and other places) are using the techniques of molecular gastronomy to prepare the food.

For more information visit houseofwolf.co.uk

 

pop up restaurantsCraft Beer Rising 2014 at the Old Truman Brewery off Brick Lane

One of the highlights of early 2013 was Craft Beer Rising.  It feels like a very different sort of beer festival – the brewers are there selling their own beers, rather than having one big bar, so it’s a bit like a trade fair where you can wander around talking to people.  Add to that some great food, and you’ve got a fun night. It’s back for 2014 with more breweries and food from Burger Bear, Feishmob, and some others too.  It’s three days instead of two in 2014 too, broken up into four sessions.

For more information visit craftbeerrising.co.uk

 

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