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is a pop up restaurant serving up frozen meals to the masses. But if you’re thinking of Iceland’s £1 ready meals or Birds Eye’s TV dinners then think again. This restuarant will feature signature dishes from Great British Menu’s Atul Kochhar and Something for the Weekend’s Simon Rimmer including Kochhar’s revered Kashmiri Lamb Curry.

All of the ingredients used are frozen from the herbs to the meat and the aim of the week long pop up is to change people’s perceptions of frozen foods. The food won’t be the only thing frozen the whole venue is being transformed into an icy palace complete with frozen trees, frosty sculptures and snowflake table dressings.

Guests are asked to make a donation of £10 for a three course meal and £10 for a bottle of wine. To book email restaurant@westking.ac.uk or call 020 7802 8391 asking to make reservations for N-Ice (pronounced ‘en-ice’).

Just remember you’re coat, it’s chilly in there!

Monday 8th August – Friday 12th August, 12pm – 2pm
Vincent Rooms, Westminster Kingsway College, 76 Vincent Square, SW1P