The rising popularity in recent years of dining pop-ups and supper clubs has offered an exciting challenge to the traditional restaurant format. In London, a more flexible approach to dining has begun to flourish, with a host of upcoming chefs showcasing their work in unlikely locations across the city, using locally sourced, seasonal produce to craft experimental menus. It was with this new energy in mind that cousins Ollie, Will, Ed and Anna Templeton founded the innovative Carousel in 2014 – a restaurant in the heart of Marylebone that does more than just serve food, but also provides a flexible creative space for art exhibitions and workshops, as well as a regularly changing platform for talented chefs on the rise.

Oct 23rd 2017
Lois B-E

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