Pop Up Restaurants in London 2017
The London pop ups scene is so strong in London that restaurants have disbanded with concrete locations, and are coming up with ever unique dining destinations in the city. Heralded for its foodie scene, and brimming with edible innovators, some of the best pop up restaurants are right here, in London! Whether you're in search of alfresco eats, food-loving pop up bars or tasty secret hideaways, we've got a run down of the greatest and latest pop ups in London. Goodbye chains, hello incredible pop up restaurants in London.
Last updated on 17th October 2017
Mastercard's Priceless Cities returns to London this July, hosting a suave Italian feast that couples authentic dishes with complementing wine. The event will take place at Stevie Parle's Palatino restaurant in Clerkenwell. As with every Priceless Cities event, Mastercard customers will be spoiled, with priority booking and a complimentary drinks package on the night.
At Beauty and the Feast you are invited to enchanted castle to feast amongst the cursed staff within, who have prepared a meal to beat all meals. Expect to tuck into a three-course feast as your fairy hostess guides you through, and as the fairy tale we all know descends into complete and utter chaos.
Get ready for a Christmas dinner with a difference at The Underground Supper Club. As well as five courses that consist of seasonal and locally sourced ingredients, the evening takes place on a disused tube carriage.
This is your chance to feast like a wizard or witch throughout August and September as the Library presents a decadent seven course Harry Potter Feast. Don your best house uniform and get let the magic begin.
You don't need a flight to discover some of the most delicious aspects of Malaysia, simply head over to Kingsland Road as Norman Musa cooks up a four course Asian feast.
Experience seven courses of new age Nordic food at this intimate, twelve person, rustic-meets-fine-dining supper club.
Head over to renowned restaurant Little Quiet for a night of Portuguese feasting. As well as five delicious courses, there will also be wine and port.
Head to Flotsam and Jetsam cafe in Tooting Bec and experience a supper club that's centred around seasonal ingredients and simple recipes. Led by Jess and Emma from Spread catering services, the event will revolve around a delicious 3-course dinner, made completely out of fresh, seasonal ingredients. Expect a night of mind-blowing flavours and great company.
A two-week long Hungarian pork festival will be arriving at Cambridge Heath's pop-up restaurant The Budapest Bar & Kitchen this month. The Disznótor, a Hungarian extravagant feast, is held to accompany Hungary's seasonal pig slaughter and to celebrate The Budapest Bar is offering a set menu of traditional Hungarian pork dishes.
When it comes to a unique pop-up restaurant in London, nothing says unusual quite like an all-black dining experience. Join Bread Street Kitchen for just that as they're promising the likes of squid ink risotto and veal in a black garlic sauce.
Refusing to bow down to boring brunch events in the city? Of course, it just so happens to be one of the biggest pop-up restaurants in London. Brought to you by the Hip Hop Brunch team, get set for a whirlwind of music, karaoke and brunch dishes alongside drinks aplenty.
Come with Phileas Fogg as they take a trip to Argentina! You’ll be treated to three delicious courses which will all be paired with three tasty, local drinks.
Join Italian winemaker Piemonte at Covent Garden Hotel for a night of wine and three course meal this November.
For everyone with a sweet tooth this is the ultimate night of indulgence. Join Social Pantry as they host a chocolate filled night with Rococo Chocolates.
Give your Christmas celebrations a Prohibition makeover as the Manhattan Club returns. There will be craps, magician, canapes, cocktails and plenty of themed fun.
Co-founder of Mexican heavyweights Wahaca, Thomasina Miers, is inviting you to a fun, friendly banquet featuring brand new dishes she has created herself – along with a welcome drink and entry into the Day of the Dead festival next door.
Bored of modernity and looking for an immersive dining experience in London that can hark back to days gone by. Join the Candlelight Club as you not only immerse yourself in a truly vintage world, there's dining and live entertainment to boot.
Enjoy three-courses of delicious, seasonal dishes as they celebrate autumn with everything from pumpkin to slow cooked pork.