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that we hear you cry? Another bloody pop-up? Sure is only this one is a little bit different – no burgers or hot dogs we swear! The O Food Pop-Up serves Nordic dishes using fresh and sustainable ingredients. Set up by Jens Hannibal, Daniel Flösser and Roel Philippart the menu features fish sarnies, made from low impact fish sourced from Kent and a veggie alternative.

Our favourite was ‘The Hastings’ a fish patty with lettuce, tomato, gherkin and sauce remoulade àu curry served on sourdough or Russian rye but the ‘O Macky’ also scored high. The sarnies clock-in at around £5 – it certainly beats a pre-packaged supermarket lunch. O Food is only open until 23rd of this month so if you do want to try it you better get down there sharpish.

Until 23rd September, 8am – 4pm
54 Rivington Street, EC2A