An inner city twilight zone, undergoing a huge transformation, will host two pop-up food events this summer.
Embassy Gardens by Ballymore, in Nine Elms, will be home to the Radical Dining Society in July and The Good Egg Vegas-style weekend brunch in August.
Both events will be held on the roof terrace marketing suite, with views across the Thames and the emerging Nine Elms district.
The Radical Dining Society’s Walk on the Wild Side event will feature a six-course tasting menu of foraged food by Toby Cartwright, Harvey Nichols own label champagne, wines and cocktails. Dinner will cost £75 per person or a general admission ticket including a cocktail and ceviche for £25.
For the second and third weekends in August the gardens will be pay homage to their future neighbours, the US Embassy, with an American, all-you-can eat buffet and Las Vegas-style entertainment for only £35 per person.
Walk on the Wild Side and Brunch; Embassy Gardens by Ballymore marketing suite; Nine Elms Lane; visit radicaldiningsociety.com/events or thegoodeggco.com.