Last Saturday 10th of September I happened to find myself wandering around London with a friend that was visiting.
After a morning of markets and fighting the rain, my friend and I decided to head to Shoreditch for a quick peek into the Saturday aternoon Spitafield Market vibes and the area around.
Finally, when our souls were warmed up by a hot drink and about to call it a day and get on a bus to wrap up the perfect day out while viewing the city centre, we bumped into this:
“Wooow!”– I said to my friend – “It’s the IKEA DIY restaurant! The Dining Club or something like that…”
How did I know? I don’t know about you, dear reader, but IKEA had sneaked into my Instagam account with its videos recently, so, yes, I knew what it was about. Have you seen this video lately?
There was few people inside and it did look like it was just kicking off. And doing my research back home, I confirm it actually did.
So what is IKEA Dining Club, really?
It is a pop up DIY restaurant opened in Shoreditch High Street from Saturday 10th to Sunday 25th September where you and your friends enjoy a meal cooked by yourselves with the supervision of one of IKEA chefs.
There’s also an IKEA cafe and shop with their typical Swedish delicacies and up to 38 different workshops running every day, different times.
Having a look at them on their website, there were many that got my attention. One being Love Food, Hate Waste (big fan of the topic) but they are all mainly sold out. You might be lucky still with the ones taking palce in early afternoon of week days, if you want to try. For more info, click on the link to find out more about the IKEA dinning club.
I’m too late this time, but next time, if there’s one… IKEA +food + DIY?? I’m not missing out!! 🙂
These are two of the best things El Hombre has brought to my life. Gastronomically speaking, of course.
With origins in the Middle East and widely used in their cuisine, it’s now a basic in ours.
Estas son dos de las mejores cosas que El Hombre ha aportado a mi vida. Gastronómicamente hablando, claro está. Típicas del Oriente Medio y de su gastronomía, ahora es un básico en la nuestra. Continue reading