When you live in an ever-changing city such as ours, you know the term ‘pop-up’ restaurant is thrown around a lot. But hang tight, don’t run away yet, because this one is going blow all the others way out of the water.
No doubt you’ve heard of foodora (previously known as Suppertime), the Sydney food delivery service that allows some of the best restaurants in Sydney to deliver straight to your door, and no doubt you’ve thanked them for enriching your life, but now they’re stepping it up an even larger notch by launching Australia’s very first restaurant without a kitchen. Say whaaaat?
Yep, for one night and one night only, the foodora guys will be pulling this off in a warehouse space somewhere in Surry Hills (shhh, it’s a secret right now). And we have the only tickets in town. Yep, only The Urban List readers are invited, so if you want to go, you better listen up!
How does it work? Simples. (Kind of). The foodora team have got their hands on a warehouse and will park you and your mates in there, where you can order from a select menu from these epic Sydney restaurants:
You read that right: You can partake in a burger from Chur, while your other half grabs some roti from Mamak, a friend gets the pork crackle roll from Mr Crackles, and their mate opts for some heavenly Gelato Messina. Then you ‘gram the shit out of it and brag to your mates. Oh, there'll be drinks there too, so you know it's going to be a party.
The restaurant without a kitchen will take place in Surry Hills on March 16th, with two sittings: one at 6pm and one at 8pm, and you can request a table for two, or four.
Here’s what you need to do to get involved
Enter your name, email, phone number, and preference of time to enter the ballot for tickets. Don’t worry, there will be NO spamming your phone, it’s just so the guys at foodora can get in touch to organise your booking should you be successful.
Are you excited? You’d better be!
Image credit: foodora
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