Friday, 14 September 2012

Gizzi Erskine's Pop-up Korean Restaurant in Shoreditch

Supper Club veteran, celebrity chef and TV star Gizzi Erskine is opening a three day pop-up restaurant K-Town in Shoreditch in October, serving modern Korean food.  Bound to be popular!

"Always at the forefront of any trend, Gizzi was one of the first to back the trend of the pop-up restaurant scene having opened 4 pop-ups in the past 3 years; one with Innocent Smoothies at the Tramshed in Shoreditch, one at Clarence House in association with START the sustainability charity, a Tiki lounge at Bestival and an East London gourmet pie shop. She has cheffed at many supper clubs for guests like Boy George, Adam Ant, Sadie Frost, Pearl Lowe, Carl Barrat and Grace Woodward.
Taking inspiration from the Korean hole-in-the-wall scene in New York Gizzi will launch her next pop up from the 10th to the 12th October at Concrete. K Town will be an underground eating, drinking and music venue in Shoreditch with a menu created and cooked by Gizzi, entertainment from rockabilly, soul and ska bands, alongside live band karaoke and ping pong tables. Those who aren’t lucky enough to get a table then, K Town opens to everyone else after 10pm with a tuck shop serving snacks and treats."

When - 10th - 12th October

Where - Concrete, 56 Shoreditch High Street, E1 6PQ

Tickets - £35 for dinner and entertainment (£10 for entertainment only tickets after 10pm); advance booking only via

Link 1 - Gizzi Erskine at Beaumont Communications
Link 2 - Article

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