London seems to have some surprising pop-up restaurants lately. Like this Latin American seafood restaurant that has landed the old King’s Cross Filling Station.
Colorful wall doodles and pineapple lamps fill up the place conceived by the team behind East London’s Bistrotheque. The award-winning young architect Carmody Groarke was responsible for the ‘looks’ of Shrimpy’s.
Illumiminated fiberglass walls surround the former disused petrol station, where salt cod croquets with aioli, Peruvian ceviche, a soft shell crab burger with avocado or lobster with coriander and chili are served, just to name a few dishes.
Kings Cross Filling Station
London N1C 4UR