Sunday, 12 January 2014

Kurobuta London's Japanese Pop-up Restaurant and Pub on the King's Road

In October Kurobuta London opened a pop-up restaurant at 251 King's Road, prior to opening up permanently in Kendal Street, near Marble Arch.  It's run by Scott Hallsworth, former head chef at Nobu.  Expect Japanese food with a twist, plus lots of small snacks and cocktails - full menu here

"Jimi Hendrix and the King’s Road aren’t a natural pairing but Chelsea is rocking with Kurobuta, a Japanese pop-up on the site where he spent his last night.
Scott Hallsworth, ex-head chef at Nobu, has created his own east-meets-west menu: breakfast means Japanese pastries and Monmouth coffee, snacks include rice senbei crisps with avocado-jalapeno dip. For dinner, try BBQ pork belly in steamed buns. It’s worth going just for the cocktail list."

When - Wednesday - Sunday,until June (extended due to popular demand)
11.30am - 11.30pm

Where - 251 King's Road, London, SW3 5EL


Link 1 - Kurobuta London including a flavour of the menu
Link 2 - Facebook
Link 3 - Article

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