Selfridges London, will partner with Dan Barber and the team behind New York's internationally acclaimed Blue Hill restaurants to bring their ground-breaking food waste pop-up, wastED, to London for the first time.
Opening on the 24th February, they are taking up residence on Selfridge London's iconic rooftop for a month long pop-up.
The aim is to celebrate what chefs do every day on their menus (and traditional food cultures have done for thousands of years): creating something delicious out of the ignored or un-coveted and encouraging new applications for what we now all too commonly refer to as food waste.
The menu will feature ingredients such as cabbage cores, cover-crop sprouts and waste-fed pigs and offer reinterpretations of a few iconic British dishes.
For those booking the private dining area, they will be able to enjoy their meal seated on our finest Hembury Chairs made with under valued 'waste' Herdwick wool.
The restaurant will be open for lunch, dinner and afternoon tea. The menu will feature small plates to share, all price at £15. The not-so-customary afternoon tea will begin at £32.
When: 24th February - 2nd April
Reservations can be made here. More information can be found at www.wastEDlondon.com.