Kosher Roast returns to London
by: Caroline Westbrook - Last updated: 2012-04-26
London's only pop-up kosher restaurant Kosher Roast is set to return to the capital with a new Spring menu for the bank holiday weekend.
The eaterie, which proved a hit when it first surfaced at the end of 2011, is the brainchild of Amy Bellin, an executive assistant for a community centre, who started the venture in a bid to bring the traditional Sunday roast to the kosher market.
And having won over diners with her roast beef last time around, Spring's Kosher Roast promises a 'fresh, flowery menu' this time around which includes such treats as lamb in peppercorn sauce and 'squishy pavlova' with citrus caramel.
Vegetarian options and a children's menu featuring shepherd's pie are also available.
This season's roast kicks off on the evening of Thursday May 3 (dinner only) and will also be held on Sunday May 6 and Bank Holiday Monday, May 7, with both lunch and dinner sittings available.
Tickets cost £30 for adults (food only) and £15 for children (soft drinks also included in price), who are welcome at the Sunday and Monday lunch sittings, but must be booked in advance.