When it comes to dining out, we are all about the new. New locations, new menus and the possibility of making new friends along the way (well, you know what those sharing tables are like). That’s why we’re thrilled the unique dining gastronomes over at Grub London are back with another pop-up chow down.
The company prides itself on sourcing off-the-beaten track venues to host their culinary extravaganzas (we’ve eaten in a decommissioned tube carriage before), and the current offering is no exception. This time around, they managed to gain access to a 1930s park keeper’s lodge on the edge of the Hackney Downs to host their three-course dinner. Mussels, duck and tantalizingly fried custard are all on the menu (as are vegetarian options). Indigo wines will be providing a specially selected bottle for each dish. And we’ll drink to that.
Photo: Courtesy of Grub London