Dram & Smoke serve Scottish treats this summer

Released on: May 21, 2014, 7:53 am (EDT)
Industry: Travel

Traditional Scottish dishes are served in Vauxhall, reports

LONDON, -- /EPR NETWORK/ -- Running from 23rd May to 6th July 2014, London's newest pop up restaurant Dram & Smoke will be serving traditional Scottish dishes every Friday, Saturday and Sunday in south London.

There are plenty of pop up London restaurants to choose from but Dram & Smoke is a bit different, combining hijinks, tomfoolery, hullaballoo, capering, antics, buffoonery and skylarking with quintessential Scottish dishes to bring a taste of Scotland to Vauxhall. Located in a rough n' ready steelyard, Dram and Smoke serves haggis bonbons, potted smoked mackerel with oatcakes, Cullen skink and venison haunch - all served from a custom whiskey barrel smoker. And for dessert? Deep fried Mars Bar of course! Served with shortbread, ice cream and IRN BRU, you won't find a more traditional Scottish sweet dish. The venue also operates a cash bar with gin cocktails, single malts and a great choice of beers on offer.

Things kick things off from 7.30pm every Friday & Saturday and 2pm for the Sunday session. Tickets costs £40 and include a welcome cocktail, 6 course tasting menu and an Innis and Gunn beer. For more information on the location and other London Restaurants visit


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