TāTā Eatery teams up with Lucky Chip
Katsu sando supremo TāTā Eatery — currently in residence at The Sir Colin Campbell in Kilburn — is collaborating with burger maestros Lucky Chip on, well, a burger. The Katsu Don will feature two slices of Iberian katsu pork, Lucky Chip’s “mac sauce,” Tata’s katsu sando jam, American cheese, cabbage and pickles on a sesame seed bun. It’ll be available at all Lucky Chip sites, as well as at Tata Eatery’s current home, from 27 February.
Leading London chefs remove need for train picnic
London chefs including Skye Gyngell (Spring), Merlin Labron-Johnson (formerly of Portland) and Michel Roux Jr (Le Gavroche) have signed up with ritzy train operator Belmond (of Orient Express Fame) for its 2019 “pop-up dinner series”, starting in June. Each will cook for 150 passengers on a round-trip through the British countryside on the Belmond British Pullman. [Tatler]
Michelin-starred Singaporean street food will inspire more queues
Hawker Chan’s soya sauce chicken rice boxes, which commanded two-hour queues when they popped up in King’s Cross last year, are returning to London next month. Part of KERB’s ‘Taste of Singapore’ pop-up, the stall will be open from March 6 to 8 between 11.30a.m. and 2.30p.m., with just 200 portions available each day. [Hot Dinners]
X-Upper’s managing director Mariam French has expanded on the sausage-only restaurant’s mission: to “completely reinvent the perception of sausage.” [Big Hospitality]