Bocca di Lupo

Bocca di Lupo

This Brixton branch – on Acre Lane – is one of three Blues Kitchens in London. The others are in Camden and Shoreditch. Each follows the same theme – food of a southern American bent served to a soundtrack of live music.

And while the music of the moniker does play more than a small part on the music programme, it’s not all about the blues. Expect, too, swing, soul, bluegrass, Motown and themed nights – including a popular Halloween gig. There’s usually something on every night of the week.

The food menu takes in classic Deep South dishes, with New Orleans gumbo, catfish jambalaya, Texan brisket, St Louis pork rib and a creole bean burger and jerk chicken salads also feature.

Established Date 2018-05-09
General Information Designer Tom Dixon clearly has a thing for canals. His old HQ was by the Grand Union Canal at the top of Ladbroke Grove and featured a restaurant where chef Stevie Parle shot to fame.
History Cheffing duties this time around fall to Assaf Granit, the brains behind the world-famous Machneyuda in Jerusalem and a collaborator on The Palomar and Barbary. Some of The Palomar’s greatest hits are here, including addictive kubaleh bread to scoop up the sweet and sour of tomato confit and reduced yoghurt, while The Palomar’s deconstructed shikshukit kebab has been reconstructed as a superbly juicy chunk of lamb and beef – the best thing we ate.
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Regent's Park, London W1B 1PF, UK
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