Thursday, 28 October 2010

PKL pops in to London Restaurant Week

When Michelin star chef Jason Atherton popped up at a pop-up restaurant raising money for the homeless, he was able to avail himself of a wide range of catering equipment donated by PKL.

The pop-up restaurant, in London's Mayfair, was open for two nights as part of the London Restaurant Festival and the proceeds were donated to StreetSmart, the Festival's official charity. The restaurant was managed and operated by Restaurant Associates, and had to be put in place within a very short time frame.

The restaurant was assembled in a previously empty site so the dining area and kitchen had to be specially built, with just 40 places available each night. Guests were treated to a taste of things to come at Jason Atherton's new restaurant, due to open in January 2011.


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