18 November 2008

FLASH Restaurant

On Saturday we went to FLASH - which is the new pop-up restaurant from the guys behind Bistroteque. They did the first pop-up restaurant called Reindeer in December 2006 in the Truman Brewery and it was done out like an OTT, beautiful winter wonderland with snow-topped firs and glittering tables and chalets in fake forests.


FLASH, in the heart of Mayfair at the Royal Academy of Arts, was understandably more neutral and grown-up. The crockery was Will Broome for Wedgewood, which were very cool indeed:


The food was divine and the atmosphere buzzy and fun. Everyone should go there before it closes in a couple of months; it's definitely worth a visit but doesn't take the crown from Reindeer as best-pop-up-restaurant-ever.

Before we went to FLASH we had drinks at Elk in the Woods in Islington, which is the perfect place for tea/ food/wine on a cold November evening, complete with log-cabin walls and moose heads. Brrr.
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