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Last Days of Shoreditch returns with cheese, gyoza and jerk chicken

PUBLISHED: 08:00 02 November 2016 | UPDATED: 16:44 04 November 2016

Last Days of Shoreditch

Last Days of Shoreditch

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Last Days of Shoreditch returns for a winter run until December 17 every weekend up to Christmas.

Last Days of Shoreditch returns for a winter run until December 17 every weekend up to Christmas.

Following its last summer success, there’s a new and improved site, with the venue being entirely covered and heated so it’s all tasty bites and no frostbite.

The Cheese Truck, celebrating the best of British cheese, serves up hearty toasties using Cropwell Biship stilton and Queso Chihuahua cheese.

Satisfy your poultry needs as Mama’s Jerk gives you 24 hour marinated jerk chicken, while the winner of highly coveted accolade for Best Wing in London, Wingmans, brings their Buffalo, Oriental, Sweet ‘n’ Smokey BBQ and (somehow) a vegitarian chicken-less wing.

James and Jamie from Rainbo are on hand to provide Japanese street food: gyoza in all different flavours as well as gluten, dairy free and fully vegan options.

Last on the food list are Adam and Rich from Pull & Punch. With the mantra “we cook slow, eat fast, drink responsibly” the pair are creating dishes from turkey croquettes to pull pork or beef chuck buns and milk fried chicken.

It’s Shoreditch so there are of course craft beers available by can or tap.

But if you fancy something different there’s a long cocktail menu with the usual suspects (daiquiris and margaritas) or if you fancy something different, try a gin based No Shrubs, a Ship to Shore with tequila or an 808 Whiskey Tommy’s Jam with actual raspberry jam (syrup) in it.

And that’s not even to mention the DJ listings: Ivan Smaghhe, Justin Robertson, Stuart Patterson, Tim Keenoy and Mr Shiver

LDOS is open every Thursday from 5pm til 11:30pm, Friday 5pm til midnight and Saturday 6pm til midnight on the corner of Old Street and Great Rivington Street.

Advance tickets cost £5 and will guarantee entry with queue jump and a drink. On the door Thursday tickets are free.


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