‘This pop up dining experience is part ‘Working Girls’ and part ‘Ab Fab’.’ – Time Out
‘A good night was had by all!’ – Conde Nast Traveller
Restaurants In Residence took diners back in time while showcasing the best restaurants from London’s underground pop-up dining scene. Working with four pioneering Supper Clubs including Bistroteque and Dalston-based A Little Bit Of What You Fancy, the pop-up culinary event was held in an eighties office block renamed Create House for the event. The space was reinterpreted to evoke the economic heyday of 1988, with menu’s and music taking a cue from the period. The culinary giants of the eighties were playfully referenced with a menu created from the best local produce. Guests were treated to salmon smoked in Stoke Newington and fennel tops grown in Old Street. The space also featured intercultural art installations by Yann Gross and Bronwen Parker-Rhodes.
Restaurants in Residence showcased the best east London eateries working with the finest seasonal British food themed to create an irreverent and innovative event.