Brunch @ Ping / from Saturday 7th February 2015


Doors: 12:00-18:00 (open till 02:00)

@ Ping, 180-184 Earls Court Road, London SW5 9QG

Tickets: £30 per person book online

Ping are opening their doors daytime for a bottomless brunch including unlimited prosecco, red or white wine.

Your meal can include a starter of antipasti, main of pizza and dessert.

Real Food Market @ Southbank Centre / until Sunday 13th April 2014


Fri 12:00-20:00
Sat 11:00-20:00
Sun 12:00-18.00

@ Southbank Centre Square, Belvedere Road, London SE1 8XX

Bringing you an amazing range of great produce and the rising stars of London’s street food scene, each trader has been carefully selected based on their commitment to producing the very best, sustainably and ethically produced food and drink. At the Real Food Market, for three days each week, you can buy fresh, high quality, great value food and drink direct from over 40 producers who rear, grow and make your food; supporting small producers and independent traders.

Apples & Pears x Baba Gs @ Apples & Pears / from Thursday 10th April 2014

Baba Gs logo Apples and Pears logoTIME AND PLACE:

Tue-Thu 17:00-midnight
Fri-Sat 17:00-01:00
Sun 17:00-midnight

@ Apples & Pears, 26 Osborn Street, London E1 6TD (the Aldgate East end of Brick Lane)

Baba G’s is starting a residency at Apples & Pears on Brick Lane. Their popular spicy burgers, with a custom made apple and pear chutney, will be available Thursday to Saturday evenings. Their delicious range will include fish and vegetable options and bespoke apples and pears cocktails.

Win two meals and cocktails by choosing a brilliant name for their new cocktail created especially for the event. It contains Pink Pigeon Rum, yogurt, passion fruit, homemade garam masala syrup, cardamom bitters, orange bitters and salt. To win enter your idea at the bar or through Twitter including the hashtag #eattweetbogof

Christmas Supper Club with Madeleine Shaw @ Boma Green / Sunday 8th December


Doors: 18:30-21:00

@ Boma Green, 271 New King’s Road, Parsons Green, London SW6 4RD

Tickets: £35 book online

Our friends at Twenty Something London have given us the heads up about this perfect Christmas supper club with a gluten-free twist, ready to revitalise your winter festivities.

This Sunday the guys at Lime & Tonic are helping to host a delicious supper club alongside nutritional health coach and cook Madeleine Shaw, who’s designed her very own Healthy Christmas menu at Boma Green in Parsons Green. We suggest you get involved.

Oblique Part II @ Casa Negra / Saturday 23rd November 2013


Doors: 13:00-19:00

@ Casa Negra, 54-56 Great Eastern Street, London EC2A 3QR

Tickets: from £12 to £20 book online

This week the folks at Twenty Something London suggest heading to Oblique’s Mexican brunch party on Saturday at Shoreditch’s Casa Negra.

Take a mini adventure, with an afternoon party that’ll take you back to the hidden streets of Mexico and on a journey full of mischief and intrigue. Experience brunch classics with a Mexican twist while trying innovative cocktails in this early-lunch meets afternoon-party, perfect to get your Saturday night started.

Night Tales – Launch Party @ Abbot Street Car Park / Thursday 7th November 2013


From: 18:00-23:00

@ Abbot Street Car Park, London E8 3DL

Free entry

Night Tales is a charming venture combining fine food, experimental bar culture and nightlife.

The team behind acclaimed Dalston Roof Park, Background Bars and Bootstrap, launch a six week project celebrating the best of London gastronomy and music culture, in a transformed East London car park and underground bunker.

Running from Thursday through to Saturday every week up until Christmas – Night Tales invites you to wrap up under the starlight and experience something new in the heart of East London.

Food from: Smokey Tails, Patty and Bun, award winning BAO, Rainbo and Le Petit Paris.

BOOM Burger @ The Dead Dolls House / until Saturday 21st September 2013


Doors: various

@ BOOM Burger, 35 Hoxton Square, London N1 6NN

Book your boom online

Watch out East London, here comes the BOOM… The original BOOM Ting!… Burgers with Loud Jamaican Flavors. They’ve got a pop-up running at The Dead Dolls House on Hoxton Square. It’s gonna be their first venture outside of West London, so head down and show some love!

Urban Food Fest @ Euro Car Parks / Saturday 14th September 2013


Doors: 17.00 – 00.00

@ Euro Car Parks, 163-175 Shoreditch High Street, London, E1 6HU

Entry: £FREE

Every Saturday until Until Sun Oct 13 Bringing together thousands of people every Saturday night to enjoy UK’s best street food traders. Beer, cider, wine, Prosecco, Pimms and cocktail bar.

Live music from urban musicians and much more!

The Euro Car Parks in Shoreditch offers a range of global cuisine including jerk chicken, wood-fired oven pizza, pad thai, halloumi souvlaki, sushi, schwarma, fried chicken, burritos – we could go on. And we will, quickly, to make special mention of the deep-fried frogs’ legs at Geaux Cajun. Those things are amazing.

Visitors will also find plenty to drink, along with a ‘V Corner’ for vegans and their day-walker counterparts, vegetarians. Up-and-coming bands and entertainers round out the experience, while the family-run fest’s ever-evolving lineup ensures second and third visits are well worth the effort.

Pop Up Ping Pong @ The Kensington / Saturday 7th September 2013


Doors: 18:30-01:00

@ 54 Russell Gardens , London, W14 8EZ

Tickets: £7 book online

The ping-pong kings return with their tantalising cocktail of gamin’, boozin’ and finger-lickin’ food. Popping up at a disused pub in Kensington for one night only, you can expect all the usual suspects: ping pong tables, the oh-so-boisterous beer pong tables, red American party cups, an interactive music playlist and street food by #BRGR. This time however there will be an additional retro twist: a suite of arcade games bringing back the old school. Think Pacman, Space Invaders, Pinball…

The famously cheap bar stocks beers at just £3 plus spirit and mixers from £4.50. Make sure to arrive hungry because resident slider maestros #BRGR are flipping up their mini burgers made from the finest of ingredients: grass-fed beef patties from The Ginger Pig and brioche buns by Miller’s of Wimbledon. With two 3 ounce burgers in each portion you’re guaranteed a regular 6 ounce meat feast. Due to popular demand, the legendary Crack Pie from New York’s Momofuku Milk Bar is now a solid menu staple and this is the only place in London you’ll be able to indulge your sweet tooth in the divine treat.

Jubo @ Bedroom Bar / Tuesday – Saturday


Tuesday-Thursday: 6pm – Midnight.
Friday & Saturday: 7pm – 1am.

@ JUBO at the Bedroom Bar,
68 Rivington St,

Do you like fried chicken? yes? Have you tried Korean fried chicken? No?
Run down to Jubo Korean Canteen after work, have your favourite work cure (Beer or Wine, I had pineapple juice) and sit down to indulge on some Korean fried chicken.

Jubo has recently popped up at the back of popular The bedroom bar in shoreditch.
We went down last week to taste this intriguing idea, the incredibly welcoming staff took us to our seat and we were helped out by a very friendly waitress who was kind enough on given recommendations.

We had a long day so we were extremely hungry, we ordered almost everything on the menu.
I have to say I loved the chicken wings and strips in the Hot Sauce crispy and tender.
This accompanied with the Kimchi slaw and pickles just works, trying to convince your closed minded (bellied) friend about trying Kimchi (Pickled cabbage) by its self is a mission better suited for Ethan Hunt.

You can’t leave without trying the steamed buns either, someone ordered the mouth watering pork belly you get two buns for your order and I had to demolish one (I owe you Steven)

Another team member ordered the Steak Bulgogi Sub, I definitely had to take a bite out of this, my taste buds were to curious.
The beef is seasoned properly like all meat should be, its incredibly flavoursome and makes me wanna run back to pick one up now.

Jubo is an ideal spot to grab that bite to eat when you want a quick pick me up while you have another drink.
We are definitely going back to see how much more we can try.

Let us know how your Jubo experience was, hit us up on Twitter @informedlondon also let @Jubolondon know