What they say:
Tincan opened for an initial six-month period in September 2014. It's a pioneering reaturant on Soho's Upper James Street that pays homage to the humble tin of food. Tincan has been created by design specialists AL_A and boasts original designs, furnishings and fittings that set it apart from London's other restaurants. As the venue does not have a kitchen, food comes served in tin-cans and the menu will be consist of various types of tasty fish.
What we say:
London's wave of peculiar pop-ups shows no sign of letting up. The idea of eating fish out of a can might put people off initially, but there's no sign of briney cans of tuna at Tincan, rather it's all about the finest seafood delicacies on offer. Perfect for those hunting for something a little different, catch this fishy favourite while you can.