London-born chef and Instagram-anointed ‘King of the foodie pop-up movement’, Whyte Rushen, previously of Brat, Scully St James and Kerridge’s, is heading to Burger & Lobster Bread Street this May for an exclusive one-night-only event, not to be missed...
Bringing his culinary creativity and avant-garde charm to our stoves on Sunday 15th May, Whyte will be serving up an epic four-course menu which shines the spotlight on Burger & Lobster’s hero ingredients – family-farmed Nebraskan beef and wild-caught Atlantic lobster – with a touch of Whyte Rushen magic! Drawing on influence from his Michelin starred background and playing on nostalgic inspirations from his childhood memories, expect four cleverly crafted dishes, secret menu items served alongside banging tunes from a live DJ set and all-around good vibes.
Each ticket includes a four-course menu and a complimentary cocktail staring Las Olas - a uniquely bold and authentic premium spiced rum, inspired by the distilleries of Barbados and Jamaica. Celebrated by some of London’s biggest talents, Stormzy and Idris Elba– Las Olas is one of the first black-owned, luxury, independent rum brands to bring a taste of the Afro-Caribbean diaspora to the streets of the UK.
The event kicks off at 5:30 pm and doors close at 10:30 pm, tickets are priced at £65 per person. If Whyte’s previous pop-up events are anything to go by, tickets are likely to sell out quickly, so book early to avoid disappointment.
The London born chef, Whyte Rushen, previously of Brat, Scully St James and Kerridge’s, became the king of the 2021 food pop up scene, carving out a culinary path via Instagram, spearheading an underground pop-up movement. Drawing on influence from his Michelin starred background and playing on nostalgic inspirations from his childhood memories, there is a comforting homely factor to his cooking, which oozes creativity and flair.
Whyte’s avant-garde food is a style all its own, often focusing on moments in time as well the ingredients and techniques, blurring the lines between the industries of food, music, fashion and art. Taking over iconic spots from Soho’s Quo Vadis, to slinging his infamous smash burgers out of his Stoke Newington flat, there aren’t many London chefs that encapsulated the capital’s diversity quite like Whyte Rushen.
His pop-ups have now elevated to sell-out cult status, where you’re just as likely to catch a set from the legendary DJs as you are to feast on oysters and monster munch...blink and you’ll miss them.
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