Dattch Top 5 Dates: Pop-Ups

Now you can try stumbling across some of the most amazing pop-up restaurants in London (good luck with that) or you can follow our quick little guide to our top 5 recommendations.  Now you can fake a spontaneous spirit by scoping out these great pop-ups and lead your date there under the guise of being casually in tune with what’s cool in London.
Or, you could be boring and just tell her where you’re going, you know, if you want to take all the fun out of it.
This week: pop out to a pop-up.
piknicPiknic
Piknic – Treat your date to some fine dining without the pretension and fuss at Piknic. To enjoy the culinary delights of this new pop-up, you’ll need to make a reservation to avoid missing out especially since their sea breem is ah-ma-zing.
 
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MotherFlipper – Don’t pretend you’re too high and mighty to have a burger for dinner because MotherFlipper burgers are too good to pass up.  Juicy as hell beef  with bacon that’s been fried in maple syrup served in a Brioche bun? *dies*
 
smokenrollSmoke ‘n’ roll
Smoke ‘n’ Roll – Serving up a range of smoked meats and sausages, prepare your taste buds for Smoke ‘n’ Roll.  When are you not in the mood for melt-in-the-mouth smoked brisket?  These guys aren’t messing around when it comes to flavour so catch them when you can.
 
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MotherClucker – Tender on the inside and crispy as cluck on the outside, Mother Clucker are serving up food with a sense of humour.  Follow them to find them on Twitter but you can catch them at the Truman Brewery in East London on Saturdays from 12pm.
 
mamas-jerkMama’s Jerk Station
Mama’s Jerk Station – Spice things up with some Jamaican jerk-seasoned wraps from Mama’s Jerk station, based around the Truman Brewery at the Vibe bar.  Add some heat to your date with their fresh, delicious wraps and salads using classic Caribbean flavours.