Pop Up

2021 will see a fine dine revival, more pop-up concepts, hybrid restaurants and a move to turnover rents

Trends week

2021 restaurant and dining trends: part 4

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With talk of the easing of lockdown and restaurants set to reopen sometime in the spring, we've finally dusted down the crystal ball to see what 2021 might bring in terms of restaurant and eating out trends. Part four: operations

Rick Stein Group launches Padstow pop up restaurant

Rick Stein Group launches Padstow pop up

By James McAllister

The Rick Stein Group has launched a pop-up restaurant in the Padstow space that usually houses Rick Stein’s Cookery School, which is to remain closed until the autumn.

Photo credit: Adam Scott

Latest opening: Chuku's

By James McAllister

Following a successful crowdfund, siblings Ifeyinwa and Emeka Frederick have opened a bricks and mortar site for their Nigerian-focused pop up concept Chuku’s on Tottenham High Road in London.

Supa Ya Ramen secures permanent restaurant site

Supa Ya Ramen secures permanent site

By James McAllister

Ramen supper club pop-up Supa Ya Ramen is to open its first bricks and mortar restaurant in London’s Hackney later this year.

The Hands Off restaurant

The Lowdown: hands-free dining

By James McAllister

Next week restaurant discount scheme Tastecard is launching its first pop-up restaurant, where customers are not allowed to use their hands and instead are fed food and drinks by servers.

Photo credit: Angus Bremmer

Chuku's founders reach crowdfunding target

By James McAllister

The sibling founders behind Nigerian pop-up restaurant Chuku’s have raised more than £30,000 through a crowdfunding campaign and are now on track to open their first permanent restaurant.


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