No Fixed Abode

Per-Anders J├Ârgensen

Young and restless The chefs have been on the move

The most whispered-about dining room in London right now can be found up an ill-lit staircase at the back of the old Ten Bells pub in Spitalfields. This is temporary home to the Young Turks, a collective of ambitious chefs who won their spurs in some of the country's most influential kitchens. Founders James Lowe and Isaac McHale are raising the capital to set up proper restaurants, but have meanwhile been showcasing their skills through pop-ups, including a residency in a car park in Peckham, south London.

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