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Oodles of fusion – Tamashii

Do you love Japanese, Chinese and Asian food? then you’ll love Tamashii which has popped up in Kings Cross.

Tamashii

Tamashii has recently popped up in the heart of King’s Cross. It’s the creation of Chef Wei, who has over 35 years of experience, including 18 months at Hakkasan. This is his first restaurant pop up where he will be cooking and serving diners his fusion style twists from Ramen through to Pad Thai. The menu includes exquisite dishes to suit all palates.

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Kneading to make pasta – Pasta n Play

Have you always wanted to know how to make pasta? well with Pasta n Play Vicky makes it easy with her simple step by step instructions.

Pasta n Play

Pasta n Play is run by Vicky who is an Italian cookery tutor who wants to spread her passion of good and healthy food to Londoners.

She came to London over 6 years ago and set up Pasta n Play as she loves to cook and teach others. Continue reading

Who is Annie McKenzie? – Scripts for Supper presents The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde

Annie McKenzie brings her theatrical supper club dining Scripts for Supper to London this winter with her latest production The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde.

I was invited courtesy of Annie herself to experience her latest production and enjoy the wonderful Victorian inspired dishes in return for a review.

Who is Annie McKenzie and what is Scripts for Supper?

Annie McKenzie

Actor Annie McKenzie was a semi-finalist on MasterChef 2016 in which she impressed judges John Torode and Gregg Wallace with her bold flavours and classic style of cooking. Even Michelin Starred Marcus Waring called her “A serious cook” with celebrated food critic Jay Rayner commenting that her food was “rich serious and delicious”.

Since then Annie set up her own theatrical dining business Scripts for Supper which fuses together food and theatre.

Scripts for Supper

Scripts for Supper opened it’s door back in 2017 bringing to London a dining theatrical experience.

Her first debut production Twelfth Night by William Shakespeare at The London Cooking Project which received 5* reviews.

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Waste not want not – Hotpoint Fresh Thinking Cafe

Hotpoint brings to London for three days Fresh Thinking Cafe.  It was officially opened by Jamie Oliver on 9 October with the pop up being in East London till 11 October

Hotpoint Fresh Thinking Cafe

What is it about?

Hotpoint popped up with this pop up as they want to make people rethink differently about the forgotten foods in their kitchen and being creative and cooking with any leftovers rather than binning. Continue reading

Yo-ho-ho and a treasure of food – WeFiFo presents Treasure Island by The Literary Hour

I was invited via WeFiFo to join Long John Silver at The Literary Hour latest immersive dining supperclub pop up based on Treasure Island.

Who are WeFiFo

WeFiFo is a base for people in the UK to discover or advertise about their upcoming supperclubs.

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Flipping out for Filipino food – Pepe’s Kitchen

Mae of Pepe’s Kitchen kindly invited me and my friend Joice down to taste and experience her supper club full of Filipino dish’s.

Pepe’s Kitchen and Mae

Firstly let me tell you about Pepe’s Kitchen which Mae runs.

Mae comes from the Philippines and loves cooking and entertaining so she decided to run her own supper clubs at least once a month to bring Filipino food to London.   She wants to transport people’s mind to the Philippines through her food and dining experience. Continue reading

What’s your pleasure? – Divine Proportions

Divine Proportions hits London this Autumn which is an immersive, erotic, provocative, gender-bending theatrical dinner cabaret from the producers Shotgun Carousel shooting into London this Autumn.

Me and some others of Love Pop Ups London had the pleasure of being invited to feast with gods and goddesses for a night. Continue reading

Spreading the pâté love – Wild and Game

The other day courtesy of Wild and Game they sent me some pâté to taste and blog about so I was game in trying them out.

Wild and Game

Firstly though let me tell you a bit more about the company Wild and Game.

Wild and Game is a non-profit organisation in  Bristol which was set up back in 2017 by Steven Frampton and Michael Cannon.  Their products are available from the company’s website via retail or wholesale, with the company aiming to supply pubs, restaurants, small shops and the general public. Continue reading

Schools in – Gingerline The Faculty of Eatucation

School term is over or should I say Gingerline’s latest pop up Faculty of Eatucation has now finished.  So I am now allowed to reveal what happened during my time at Faculty of Eatucation.

Gingerline

Who are they?

Firstly though let me explain who Gingerline are.

Gingerline popped up back in 2010 and provide special pop up immersive dining experiences from their classic type Gingerline experience through to Chamber of Flavours.

With any Gingerline event no matter which one you go along to you will experience a fusion of art, performance, food, drink and design, taking intrepid diners on an absurdist adventure like no other. Continue reading

Authentic Italian food – Venerdi

So much amazing authentic food at Venerdi restaurant.  I had the pleasure of going along on a complimentary experience with some other community members of Love Pop Ups London to taste the amazing food they have on offer. Continue reading

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