Sunday, 11 October 2015

The Plot Twist's Hungarian & Italian Food and Wine Night in Bethnal Green

The Plot Twist is a new Hungarian / Italian pop-up, focussing on charcuterie and cheese, and also wine from both countries.  Their first event is on Friday 16th October at The Pill Box Kitchen at 115 Coventry Road, E2, just a short walk from Bethnal Green tube.  It's open to all, but guarantee a table by booking - all links below.

"The Plot Twist is finally making its debut at the Pill Box Kitchen for a one night only pop-up. For this special opening night we will bring our favourite charcuterie boards featuring The Plot Twist's special dried sausage (Kolbasz) from Budapest along with Culatello, Coppa, Salame di Felino, cheese and some mighty good pickles.
In addition, an amazing selection of Italian and Hungarian wines will be available by the glass or bottle. Beer lovers will be also amazed by our selection of Birra d'Amare crafted beers from Rome. We highly recommend that you start this night with a shot of Rezangyal palinka and finish it with an ice-cold limoncello.
Our host, the Pill Box Kitchen is set in a stunning Grade II-listed building (the former Allen & Hanbury’s pill-packing factory). The venue is only a short walk from Bethnal Green tube station. We are also happy to announce that two emerging artists, Joana and Ana Palma will join our opening event and showcase their amazing contemporary artworks throughout the evening.
The pop-up will start at 6pm and finish just before midnight on 16 October 2015. No fancy clothing or formality needed...all you can expect is a proper Plot Twist."

When - Friday 16 October 2015, 6pm - midnight

Where - The Pillbox Kitchen, 115 Coventry Road, Bethnal Green, E2 6GG

Tickets - Walk-ins welcome, or Pre-book a table on Eventbrite here


Get directions with Citymapper

Link - Tickets page

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