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another roast dinner pop-up heading for East London, setting up shop at the Pie & Mash Shop on Broadway Market. Not that we’re complaining we bloody love a good roast!

This time it’s ran by FAT CHEEKS a new venture from duo Juni Ross and Michelin-trained chef Gareth Thomas. With a good old-fashioned Sunday roast as their first culinary venture Fat Cheeks will offer three roasts (beef,pork belly or chicken) and two classic English puddings (a seasonal crumble with Cornish clotted cream or selection of British Cheeses) – all made with locally sourced ingredients.

A ‘surprise’ Bloody Mary and a live acoustic performance of Brazilian beats and jazz will also be part of the Fat Cheeks dining experience. Together with the charm of the Victorian building unchanged since opening in 1900 this new venture promises to be fresh, wholesome with a perfect relaxing Sunday vibe.

Fat Cheeks’ first Sunday roast costs twenty five quid for a 2-course meal with a drink. If you can’t make it don’t worry they are more in the pipeline – we’ll tell you info more when we have it.

Sun 29th April, 2pm – 7pm
9 Broadway Market, Dalston, E8