The Kosher Roast is back, and will be serving up kosher food over the bank holiday weekend.
"After their sell-out Winter launch of roast beef and Yorkshire puddings, Kosher Roast, London's only kosher pop-up restaurant returns for the Bank Holiday weekend with a new seasonal menu and a new venue on the Kensal Rise high street, Chamberlayne Road.
The three course meal costs £30pp and children are welcome for lunch time sittings. Menu includes organic kosher chicken liver mousse and apple and lavender salad, slow-roasted lamb shank with juniper and pink peppercorn and squishy pavlova with citrus caramel for dessert.
This is the second pop-up from the team striving to put British-style kosher food on the London food scene. All ingredients are supervised by an Orthodox Rabbi but whether you're kosher not, everyone is welcome.
Music and a late licence on Thursday and Sunday evenings. Book through the website: www.kosherroast.co.uk"
Lunch: Sunday 6th May, 2-5pm + Monday 7th May, 1-5pm
Dinner: Thursday 3rd May, 7.30-9pm + Sunday 6th May, 7-9pm
Where - 72 Chamberlayne Road, London, NW10 3JJ
Cost - Pre-booking only - Tickets are £30 for adults (food only) & £15 for children (with soft drinks)
For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org, follow @kosherroast or call 07976 628 732.
Link - Kosher Roast