Summer eats with the Polygon Pop Up
The food scene in Brighton, as you may already know, is vibrant, delicious and full to the brim with various cuisines at every price point. A quick stroll through the Laines or down one of Brighton's many main streets can tell you as much.
Now in it's third year, the Polygon Pop Up embodies the vibrancy of Brighton's food scene perfectly, bringing well-established Brighton restaurants and newer kitchens together in a single space. As well as making for a unique experience for customers, Polygon provides a perfect platform for those with a good idea and a vision or who are looking for a new venture.
The Polygon Pop Up runs throughout summer in July, August and September at the Ribot headquarters in the heart of Seven Dials. We've put together the listings so far, so all you have to do is turn up and eat!
Thursday 20th: Planted Vegan Supperclub
Showcasing the best of local and organic produce, a 5-course tasting menu will be plated on the ceramics of a local artist. It's all about supporting Brighton based talent, whilst also indulging in a tasty plant-based feast, paired with organic/vegan wines and craft beers.
Friday 21st: Plateau
They are wine, beats and bites. It’s simple. They serve Natural wine, cocktails and sharing plates accompanied by our favourite beats. In all three elements, they strive to offer a product that is true to place, true to the raw ingredient and true to themselves.
Saturday 22nd: Cin Cin
Having made the big step up from street food and pop-ups to a permanent restaurant in the North Laine last year, Cin Cin is looking forward to getting back to its roots with an Italian bbq & street food menu at Polygon Pop Up this July.
Friday 28th: Kitgum Kitchen
East African & Indian fusion streetfood back at Polygon @ Ribot for a second year with the Polygon Bar serving up the best in Craft Beer, wine and craft cider! Head chef/founder Fayaz was raised on this cuisine in North West London, and he would like to share these recipes through Kitgum Kitchen.
Saturday 29th: Soul Street Kitchen:VOODOO
VOODOO has its heart in Creole cooking and one foot in Jamaican cuisine and then another firmly at home here in the South of England. There’s nothing traditional about it, but it’s also very familiar. It’s as spicy as you want it and healthy but naughty. VOODOO is a bit scary, and also a bit unknown, but weirdly familiar…
This article will be updated with August and September listings once they've been released.
Written by Sofaya.