Tasty bites on offer include Kimchini Balls (stuffed with vegan cheese, gochujang, spring onions and homemade kimchi) and Fried Tempeh Wings (glazed in buffalo sauce and accompanied by maple-butter glazed cornbread).
Main dishes will feature Tempeh Pizza, Grilled Quinoa Burger, and the sell-out Gado Gado salad Ã¢â‚¬â€œ an authentic Balinese dish featuring tempeh seasoned with peanut, ginger and turmeric, atop crisp and refreshing layers of sweetcorn, shredded purple cabbage, bean sprouts, toasted tender stem and kale, finished with a tofu lime crema dressing.
The 100% plant-based menu has been designed by Club Cultured, which was created by James, Harry & Connor: three friends with a passion for plant-based food.
Inspired by their travels east, the boys learnt how to make authentic tempeh (a traditional Indonesian plant-based protein made from fermented soybeans) from a master in Bali.
Over the last 2 years, their popularity has surged from humble beginnings, from learning to develop products at home to supplying restaurants across the UK and recently opening London’s first ever tempeh factory.
The pop-up will be taking part in the government’s Eat Out To Help Out scheme, giving visitors 50% off Monday-Wednesday..
Tickets are being sold in 2s / 3s / 4s and guests will be seated together as a bubble.
Available booking times are 6.30pm and 8.30pm and walk-ins are welcome. Bookings can be made online.