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Writer and Cook

Philip Dundas

BRIOCHE POP UP

WELCOME TO OUR LATEST POP-UP BRIOCHESLOW FOOD FAST

RESERVE ONLINE USING THE BUTTON BELOW OR CALL US DURING OPENING HOURS ON

0207 240 7232

MONDAY – SATURDAY Midday- 11.30pm

How it works

From Wednesday 16 July to 30 August, PipsDish will be playing host for 6 weeks to another pop-up.

We’ve created a new product for the summer.

Welcome to Brioche – Slow Food Fast.

A menu of burgers (£8) in brioche buns made using the same locally sourced, seasonal ingredients and produce from the same farms and artisan producers, served with the usual delicious accompaniments (£3). Everything from duck and chicken to veggie and fish, these are unique versions of the traditional burger you’ll find everywhere else.

Brioche is the concept of collaborator chef Callum Lench who has worked with some stars in his time including Marco Pierre White, Arnaud Lellement, and Scott Hunnel.

Callum will have an amazing selection of international lagers and beers and if you want to bring wine or we have some great reasonably priced red and white in carafes from the Southern Rhone. Be sure to make it over to see Callum over the next 6 weeks.

the dishes

We work with farmers and fishermen we know and source produce from the best artisan producers around. Our dishes are cooked from fresh and seasonal ingredients.

Sorrel Soup on Monday 2nd June 2014

LEMON CHICKEN WITH FENNEL on Saturday 1st March 2014

more dishes cooked here

the place

15 Exeter Street London WC2E 7DT
0207 240 7232
Tubes: Covent Garden (Piccadilly line, 5 minute walk)
Temple (Circle line, District line, 9 minute walk)
Charing Cross (Northern Line, Bakerloo line, 10 minute walk)

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