Som Saa, a traditional Thai food restaurant, have opened their doors at Climpsons Arch in East London. The kitchen will dish out lesser-known cuisine from the Northern and North-Eastern provinces of Thailand alongside punchy gin and chartreuse spiced cocktails.
Details: Thursdays – Sundays from 25th October until early 2015 | Climpson’s Arch, London Fields, E8 3SB
There are a small number of places in London where you can get traditional udon noodles, a smaller number of places that you can also get contemporary Japanese tasting dishes to accompany the udon, an even smaller number of places where you can do all the above in an intimate pop up supper club setting, and only one place you can have at all – and BYOB.
Welcome to Monograph.
Details: 9th, 13th, 20th and 27th February | A Sectet N1 Location | £29, BYOB
Every Friday in December My Neighbours The Dumplings will pop-up (stairs) at Palm 2 in Hackney, serving a range of traditional, free range and hand made dumplings from their steaming open kitchen. All you have to do is take a menu, tick what you want, get what you ticked and eat what you get. Simple.
Details: Fridays, 6pm – 12am | 152-156 Lower Clapton Rd, Hackney, E5 0QJ
In a celebration of New Orleans, Mardi Gras, old blues records, supper clubs, live music, cocktails, beer, three course meals, and everything –
May we present: Slap Ya Papa x Hackney Empire.
Details: 11th – 14th February | Stage 3, Hackney Empire, 289 Mare Street, Hackney, E8 1EJ | £35
Welcome to Beehive, the latest addition to Brixton’s vibrant food scene.
A collaboration between Chateau Marmot and chef Samuel Hodges (ex Soho House and St Johns), Beehive’s focus is high quality, locally supplied British cuisine. The five course tasting menu changes every weekend and is accompanied by a full bar serving cocktails, craft beer and wine from worldwide independent producers. Plus disco, hip hop and funk DJ’s from 10pm – late.
Details: Friday’s & Saturday’s from 14th Nov – March 2015 | Beehive Place, Brixton, SW9 | £35