The Pickled Fork are teaming up with local residents to present The Brixton Diner, a popup restaurant which is starting to create a buzz at a secret location on Coldharbour Lane.
Their plan is to serve classic American dishes created with the best of local British produce, The Brixton Diner is a concept restaurant inspired by chefs Chris Griffett and Alex Motture, of Twenty Something and Edible Experience fame. Chris’s CV also includes working in Michelin Star restaurants and along Route 66. While Aussie Alex’s includes cooking for Heads of States Barack Obama and The Queen, so it’s safe to say we are expecting some pretty awesome food from these guys.
The dynamic gastronomy duo said: “We use imaginative cooking styles, inspired by cooking experiences in the USA and know the London crowd will love it. The diversity of Brixton food is amazing and we can’t wait to contribute.”
The Pickled Fork are proud to be using British ingredients for The Brixton Diner and these are being sourced from local suppliers including London Farmers Markets and D Vine Cellars. Londoners will have the exciting opportunity to enjoy an American diner-style three course set menu at £20 created especially for them by the Pickled Fork team.
The Brixton Diner is only open for for a limited period: 20th, 21st, 22nd, 23rd, 27th, 28th, 29th, 30th March and are already selling out, so get booking now.
To reserve a table, head to their Edible Experiences booking page
The Pickled Fork are also taking part in the Flavour Expats series vs Tacocho on 29th March in Hackney