After a sell-out run of pop-ups this summer, Dram & Smoke – a temporary restaurant inspired by all things Scottish – returns with a winter menu in a new location. Founders Paul Ross (ex-Caprice Group) and Nick Fulton will bring their Caledonian cuisine to an old tannery in Bermondsey for a six week residency from 19 November-20 December.
The pop-up, open Wed-Sun evenings, will serve a menu of haggis bonbons, smoked coley and beetroot salad, smoked bacon and blue cheese porridge, and venison wellington with bramble and ale sauce. The meats will once again be smoked in the lads’ custom-built smoker made from an old whisky barrel.
For a ‘dram’ with your smoke there’s Scottish-brewed Brewdog craft beers, gin cocktails and, of course, whiskies.
Tickets are £40 and are available via the Dram & Smoke website. Guests will enjoy a five course meal, complimentary cocktail on arrival and a Monkey Shoulder whisky miniature to wash it all down.
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