LONDON: Kitchen Party Pop-Up

We always love an eccentric pop-up eatery, and we particularly like it when it opens just five minutes from our London office.

May 29, 2013
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We always love an eccentric pop-up eatery, and we particularly like it when it opens just five minutes from our London office. The Kitchen Party pop-up opened earlier this month in Clerkenwell and will be hosting temporary dining experiences throughout the summer months. Describing itself as an “ever-changing orgy of drinking, dining and weird culture”, the three-storey space will host up to five different dining installations at once, changing chefs every four to six weeks and hosting a variety of pop-up events in between. Curated by Bourne & Hollingsworth, this immersive gastro experience currently includes a Victorian-inspired cocktail bar, communal dining tables for sharing a medieval barbeque as well as a cabaret space and dance floor.  Rebellious chefs on rotation include food futurologists Blanch & Shock, The Robin Collective and Russian Revels–Anna Jacobsen

Kitchen Party
42 Northampton Road EC1R 0HU / 44 20 3174 1156
Clerkenwell, London
*Booking advised

Images courtesy of Kitchen Party 

  • I have to add a couple of things about the new Kitchen party since I was able to get a table there and try some of the best food I have ever had in my life (Maybe the food was also great because I shared my table with my dear one  ). The prices are decent and acceptable for such marvelous experience you get with their food. I had their Cornish crab, sorrel ice, pickled celery, buckwheat and sea arrowgrass made by this fantastic group of people at Blanch & Shock. I am definitely going back as soon as I can get my hands on another reservation.

  • This was one of the finest dining experiences I have had in the clerkenwell, I would definitely recommend the Russian revels and I am looking forward to my next visit!


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