Top of the Pops: January Week Four

23 Jan 2016

Pollen + Grace

Pollen + Grace

Pollen + Grace was founded in 2015 with the intention of helping people with a busy London lifestyle get nutritionally designed, guilt free lunches delivered straight to their desks. They're passionate about creating food that's beautiful on the inside and out. You can discover that for yourselves all this week in Old Street Station, where they'll be serving up their nutritional dishes in partnership with Pact Coffee. Inside their pop-up they'll also be hosting a number of events from mindfulness talks to salad styling workshops. Find their full run down here.http://www.pollenandgrace.com/pages/pop-up

When: 25 January – 7 March
Where: Unit 8 Old Street Station

Sipsmith's Winter Warmers

Winter Warmers

The pioneers of London's artisan gin renaissance, Sipsmith, has teamed up with Ham Yard Hotel to serve up a selection of the gin cocktails on a hidden roof terrace. With woollen blankets to snuggle up in and a breathtaking view of London's skyline, it's the perfect spot to enjoy one of Sipsmith's historically inspired winter warmers. From Hot G&Ts to Steaming Juleps, Sipsmith has delved into London’s drinking past – from the 16th century right through to the 1920s – to craft a very modern menu.

When: 26th January - 14th February
Where: Ham Yard Hotel, Piccadilly

The Laos Cafe by Saiphin

Laos Cafe

The Laos Cafe is the creation of Saiphin Moore, head chef of Rosa's Thai Cafe group. The pop-up restaurant has opened up in Victoria and marks the 7th Rosa's Thai Cafe opening. The menu is designed for sharing and features 18 dishes from Laos. As a former French colony, the dishes include many influences from French cuisine. Incredibly, it is also the only restaurant in London serving Laotian food, so make sure you get a taste before it disappears in February.

When: Every day until February 2016
Where: 25 Gillingham Street, Victoria

Little Smith Project

Little Smith

It was with a love of jewellery, a passion for experimentation and dedication for fine craftsmanship, that Littlesmith was born. Each piece of their jewellery is hand stamped using the old fashioned method of lettering, which mean all of their pieces are unique. For Little Smith, irregularities add character and each item takes on its own identity. They'll be appearing this week in Topshop Oxford Circus, it the perfect opportunity to make a beautiful gift for that someone special.

When: 24 January – 13 March
Where: Ground Floor Market Stalls, Topshop Oxford Circus

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