Ok so we all know London is the city of festivals (if you don’t, we’re questioning you right about now but it’s okay, now you know!), but anyway, London Bridge is turning into one huge open kitchen, and it’s free entry!
Open Kitchen is returning, bigger, better, booming full of flavours for its 5th year across 2 days – June 29th & 30th and all we can think about is how amazing it’s about to start smelling around London Bridge. (I mean provided you don’t add in the thought of car fumes and pollution but you get our vibe).
So who can we expect to see? Well – Londrino, Flour & Grapes, The Coal Shed, Hawksmoor, Santo Remedio (the crowdfunded saved restaurant – Londoners really are nice aren’t they?), Hutong, Texas Joe’s, Pizza Pilgrims, Bob’s Lobster – and our hunger is kicking in already. Chain restaurants are also welcome to the table, with prosecco, desserts being catered by Happy Endings’ ice cream and Prosecco House – it’s a foodie festival to sum it up. Go hungry is our advice.
With cooking demonstrations, workshops and live music throughout too, just basically diet for the week and embrace a full cheat weekend – nothing beats a good full belly right? Think of the amazing chest day pump you’ll have too.
Free entry is a blessing in London always, but dish sampling begins from £5 across the restaurants tables, so be sure to bring some form of money with you!
Location: Tooley Street, SE1 3QX | Tube: London Bridge
Opening Hours: Midday – 8pm (29th June) and Midday – 6pm (30th June)
Price: Free entry, but ticket registration is required (click here)