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Pipsdish - Islington 

The lease keeps getting extended on this pop-up restaurant set within an old Citroën garage – we assume because it’s so damn good.

The space is sparsely decorated but that’s all part of the charm, and the £30 for three courses Sunday lunch deal – plus BYOB – is a steal.

Expect menus based around seasonal fare. Booking essential.     

£30, Thurs, 7.30pm; Fri & Sat, 7.45pm 
Sun, 12.45pm 133B Upper Street, N1 1QP 
Tube | Angel; Highbury & Islington

Disappearing Dining Club - Across London

On the first Saturday of every month, there’s dinner and late-night dancing courtesy of this cracking supperclub – in a secret location, of course, and with DJs playing late into the night.

Also try their intimate Back In 5 Minutes dining room, hidden behind Ante clothes shop at 224 Brick Lane. Booking essential.     

£55, Next event March 2 
Secret location TBC


Death by Burrito - Shoreditch

Immersive dining outfit The Rebel Dining Society has popped up this Mexican grill and cocktail bar in east London watering hole Catch.

No word on when it’ll be popping down again, but you’d be a fool to miss out on its experimental tequila cocktails and duck burritos, so be sure to pay a visit while you still can.

You can get in without a reservation (in theory), but be prepared to share a booth with other diners as it gets packed.

A meal with drinks should set you back about £25pp.      

£25, Mon-Sat, 5pm-10pm 22
Kingsland Road, E2 8DA 
Station | Shoreditch High Street


Bootleg Banquet

This sometime supperclub has been going for four years now, popping up sporadically to offer a four-course Italian-inspired menu by candlelight. It’s BYOB. 

£45, March dates TBC Unit 6,
The Huntingdon Estate,
Corner of Chance Street and Whitby, E1 6JU 
Tube | Liverpool Street


Eat the World - East London 

A series of thematic pop-up kitchens, with a different chef each week and accompanying music, guest speakers and digital installations at ‘experimental centre’ Lime Wharf.

£55, March 6-8, 13-15 & 20-22,
6.30pm Vyner Street, E2 9DJ 
Tube | Bethnal Green, Cambridge Heath


After Hours Dessert - Bloomsbury

If you’ve got a sweet tooth, this is the pop-up supperclub for you.

Appearing in coffee shops across the city now and then, you can try a three-course dessert menu for £20 or a dessert, coffee and petit four for a tenner. 

£10+, March 8-9 & 22-23, 8pm-11pm  
40 Store St, WC1E 7DB 
Tube | Goodge Street


Sugarhouse Studios - Stratford 

This regular Sunday event serves up two courses and a mystery movie for £15.

The studios are currently closed for refurbishment, but join the mailing list for updates. 

£15, Sundays, 7pm 107
High Street, E15 2QQ 
Tube | Pudding Mill Lane 


Portugese Conspiracy - Dalston 

This new supperclub launches on Thursday at furniture-shop-cum-cafe L’Atelier Dalston, promising to “contaminate London with Portuguese contemporary culture” – its art, music, design and, most importantly, food and wine.  

There’ll be five courses matched with vino. 

£40, Feb 28, 7.30pm 31
Stoke Newington Rd, N16 8BJ 
Station | Dalston Kingsland

The Foragers at Dead Dolls Club - Dalston

While not strictly a pop-up, this is a meeting of minds borne of London’s pop-up movement.

The Foragers – or Gerald and George to their mums – cook wild food they’ve hunted and gathered, and are now the resident chefs at Dead Dolls Club (above), a former design studio turned pop-up experiential dining outfit that has now opened up a permanent space.

It’s a ‘small plates designed to share’ deal, with the likes of pigeon kebab and BBQ sauce starting at £6.50.    

£13+, Wed & Thur, 6pm-12.30am;
Fri & Sat, 5pm-3am;
Sun, 1pm-11pm 
428 Kingsland Road, E8 4AA 
Station | Dalston Junction


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