Chefs of Tomorrow is the pet project of chef Dan Doherty, who wanted to find a way of showcasing upcoming culinary stars: this is exactly the experience new pop up at Druid Street Market aims to provide, every Saturday throughout November.
The pop up will begin with Julien Pickersgil who hails from Picture Restaurant, where the focus is on small dishes inspired by seasonal produce. Cooking alongside him is Lorent Baratki from Soho establishment L'Escargot – known for its French fine dining classics and private members club feel.
Other highlights throughout the month include Blair Hammond, from Silo in Brighton (also showcasing another chef, Dan Gibeon in December) – a sustainable restaurant which mills its own flour, brews its own booze and recycles all food waste. Finally comes John Chantarasak from the Som Saa Thai pop up turned permanent restaurant, just relocated from its home in Climpson's Arch to bustling East London.
Lastly, if you're craving summer florals making an appearance on the 21 November is Alex Dome from Petersham Nurseries, whose specialty seasonal dishes come dotted with edible flower flourishes: a perfect way to see off the autumn as we settle in for a cosy winter spell.
|What||Chefs of Tomorrow Pop Up, Druid Street Market|
|Where||Druid Street Market, SE1 2HH | MAP|
|Nearest tube||Bermondsey (underground)|
07 Nov 15 – 05 Dec 15, Every Saturday
|Website||Click here for more information|