Renowned food writer and chef Gizzi Erskine is delighted to announce her latest pop-up ‘K-Town’, which will launch at Concrete, located below Pizza East Shoreditch, from 10th - 12th October.
Having spent a lot of time in South East Asia when she was younger, Gizzi grew up with a passion for Asian food, which has never left her. Taking inspiration from the Korean hole-in-the-wall scene in New York and from some of her favourite Asian restaurants such as David Chang's Momofuku, Gizzi’s five course menu will include dishes such as crispy tuna rice, Korean fried chicken and a selection of Korean sashimi guachujang, ponzu and sil-jaru.
The set menu is designed for sharing and guests are invited to sit on long tables, where dishes will be served as and when they are ready. After dinner, diners can enjoy a variety of daily-changing eclectic entertainment, from Korean drag queens, Rockabilly bands and special guest DJs to the chance to play ping-pong or sing along at karaoke. Gizzi might even have time to get out of the kitchen and jump on the decks herself.
Dinner at K Town will start promptly at 7.30pm.
Doors will open at 7pm.
Tickets are priced at £35 for dinner and entertainment
Please note that there is no vegetarian option for this event
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Concrete is fast becoming one of East London’s most popular event spaces, continually hosting a diverse range of events from Hip-Hop Karaoke to Spanish electro night 'Pelucas y Tacones' (Wigs and Heels) and retro swing dance parties to name just a few.