Booking closes 29 Oct 2013
A train carriage on Deptford High Street, an old timber wharf on Regent’s Canal, a 1930s park keeper’s lodge on Hackney Downs, a Greenwich art gallery… and now a top-floor apartment in a Goldfinger-designed tower block in Poplar. If you’re going to be a nomadic dining company, you might as well be as free ranging as possible – but the efforts of Grub are still quite something, from waterside munching to sky-high tasting, public transport sampling to grassy knoll dining.
After a summer break while chef Matt Klose moonlighted at Franks Café in Peckham, the pop-up restaurant is serving a wintery 5-course menu for 20 people per night over two weekends. The 24th-floor Balfron Tower adventure begins with delights such as leek and oysters, and then dances through dishes like onions, sheep’s curd, bone marrow and celery, and pheasant, quince, celeriac and sage.
Tickets are selling mighty fast, so book pronto – booking closes 29 October.