Secret dining location in London

Secret dining location in London

CREATE11 Festival opens with a series of pop-up restaurants at a secret location in Canary Wharf.

Restaurants In Residence will see four of London’s underground supperclubs take over the space at the CREATE House for a week each. The first to showcase as a pop-up will be The Clove Club, with a menu from Young Turks collective James Lowe and Isaac McHale.

The Dalston- based A Little Of What You Fancy will appear as A Bit More Of What You Fancy, serving British food made from London-grown produce. And Claire Roberson and Jonathan Woolway will also bring Shacklewell Nights to the secret location.

Pioneering restaurant Bistrotheque will close the festival, with what is described as “somewhere between historical document and soap opera”.

Ben Rymer, Founder of Restaurants in Residence, says: “The essence of the pop-up movement is about taking alien spaces and re-interpreting them for your own usage. What better setting to explore this ethos for Restaurants in Residence than Canary Wharf, as well as having as much fun with it as possible.”

CREATE11 was designed to give residents living in the Olympic Host Boroughs the opportunity to engage with local arts culture, and is now in its fourth year. Alongside Restaurants in Residence, the public can enjoy interactive art installations and exhibitions; talks and walks; cinema and theatre.

Tickets are on sale now for ?45; to book visit; CREATE11 runs 25 June-23 July

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