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New kids on the stove returns: London’s freshest chefs take to the pass at The Hoxton, Southwark with Camden Town Brewery

September 8, 2022

This October, The Hoxton, Southwark’s chef series is back which invites some of the freshest London-based chefs to take to the pass for an exclusive one-night pop-up with fresh beers to match from the guys at Camden Town Brewery. The pop-ups will feature exclusive menus from some of the most creative chefs in London including Ana Da Costa (@_lotsofbutter) and Ben Lippett (@dinnerbyben).

Kicking off the series on Tuesday 4th October will be Ana Da Costa, founder of the hyped Two Hot Asians hot sauce brand which has also taken part in numerous pop-ups with some of the hottest restaurants in London including Supa Ya Ramen and Ling Ling’s.

Ana’s one-night pop-up will feature a menu which celebrates her heritage, originally from Macau in southeast China where she lived until she was 19 years old. Stars of the show will include: ‘Croquete de Minchi,’ Fried potato croquette stuffed with minced meat, ‘Salada de Taufu com chatchini de Bacalhau,’ Cold tofu salad with salted cod ‘chutney,’’ Porco Balichão Tamarindo,’ Tamarind and shrimp paste braised pork shoulder with coconut rice and for dessert, Serradura,’ Macanese trifle.

Tables for the Ana Da Costa pop up on Tuesday 4th October can be booked now here Each month the ticket link will be updated with full details of that month’s pop-up.

Limited spaces are available so book in advance to avoid missing out. Tables are available from 6.00pm onwards.

As this is a one-off pop up, we’re unable to accommodate any dietary requirements at this time.

• OCTOBER 4TH: Ana Da Costa (@_lotsofbutter)
• NOVEMBER 1st: Ben Lippett (@Dinnerbyben)
• DECEMBER 6th: Save the date

Where: The Hoxton, Southwark – 40 Blackfriars Rd, London SE1 8NY

About Ana Da Costa
Ana was born in Macau to her Chinese mother and Portuguese father and grew up between Portugal and Macau. She grew up cooking with her parents, being introduced to different flavours from the East and West.

The Chinese way of eating head-to-tail and the Portuguese warm, vibrant and spicy Mediterranean flavours.

Since being in London, Ana launched Two Hot Asians sauce brand in 2021, selling their sauces all over the UK and doing pop-ups with the hottest restaurants in London and recently launched Mama da Costa through &Dine, delivering her home cooked food all over London.

About Ben Lippett
Ben Lippett is a cook, food writer, and co-founder of Dr Sting’s Hot Honey. Having spent years working at a spate of restaurants in the UK, US and Australia – including a stint at a butcher’s – Ben is now part of the food team at Mob, producing unfussy food that is always seasonal, flavour driven and ingredient led. About The Hoxton, Southwark@thehoxtonhotel @albielondon

The Hoxton, Southwark is the brand’s third hotel in its home city, London. The Hoxton first opened its doors in Shoreditch in 2006, followed by Holborn in 2012, and has since expanded globally, with creatively designed neighbourhood hotels in cities around the world including Paris, Amsterdam, New York, Portland, Chicago, Downtown LA and most recently, Rome.

About Camden Town Brewery
Camden Town Brewery is a leading brewery based in North London and the home of Hells Lager. Founded by Jasper Cuppaidge, the team began brewing under the railway arches in Camden in 2010 and opened a second brewery in Enfield in July 2017.

Camden Town Brewery’s core range consists of five beers including its award-winning Hells Lager and the brewery’s latest addition- Canape Session IPA. These beers are available in all major supermarkets as well as around 3,000 pubs, bars and independent retailers.

Alongside the core range, Camden Town Brewery releases several limited-edition Seasonal Hells lagers each year and smaller batch innovations and collaboration beers under its ‘Arch 55’ series.

In June 2021, Camden opened its doors to a brand-new food and drink venue, the Camden Beer Hall. Teaming up fresh beer with fresh food, the Beer Hall boasts 24 taps on the bar, while the menu has been designed by British chef, Theo Randall. All dishes have been carefully designed to pair perfectly with Camden’s beer range.

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