Press

The Evening Standard

"Then head to Monmouth Kitchen for a food photography workshop with instagrammer @LondonFoodBoy".

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Visit London

"Sample the delights of Peruvian cuisine at the pop-up Pisco Party at Monmouth Kitchen."

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Sheer Luxe

"Peruvian/Italian fusion restaurant Monmouth Kitchen is all set to celebrate one half of its heritage as it marks Fiestas Patrias – Peruvian Independence Day – with a high-octane pop-up Pisco Party on this weekend."

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Evening Standard

"If you didn’t already have it marked in your calendar, Saturday is Peruvian Independence Day. Covent Garden’s Monmouth Kitchen is celebrating with a pop-up Pisco Party."

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New! Magazine

"The lavish restaurant boasts a tasty menu that includes a range of small plates."

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Arcadia Magazine

"The restaurant’s signature dish, Smoked Lamb Cutlets with red anticucho is served on a hot lava stone and was one of the highlights of the meal. The meat was tender and bursting with flavour and you will have wished you weren’t sharing."

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Sainsbury's Magazine

"Taking inspiration from traditional Peruvian anticucho small plates and Italian antipasti, this is a transatlantic menu that’s almost too good to share."

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The London Economic
January

"Filled with various crowd-pleasing flavour combinations, the tacos are some one of the best things eaten at Monmouth Kitchen."

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Square Meal

"Drinks include pisco cocktails and decent Italian and South American wines, while slick service fits the sexy surrounds. With DJs at the weekends, MK is a fun choice for a night out."

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The Nudge
December

"Tacos with scallop ceviche make a good place to start, while lobster salad with chilli lemon dressing or their signature smoked lamb cutlets with red anticucho sauce (served on a hot lava stone) make an even better place to continue."

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Candid
November

"Ingredients that even our seasoned gourmands had not encountered before."

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The Evening Standard

"Then head to Monmouth Kitchen for a food photography workshop with instagrammer @LondonFoodBoy".

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Visit London

"Sample the delights of Peruvian cuisine at the pop-up Pisco Party at Monmouth Kitchen."

Read full article

Sheer Luxe

"Peruvian/Italian fusion restaurant Monmouth Kitchen is all set to celebrate one half of its heritage as it marks Fiestas Patrias – Peruvian Independence Day – with a high-octane pop-up Pisco Party on this weekend."

Read more

Evening Standard

"If you didn’t already have it marked in your calendar, Saturday is Peruvian Independence Day. Covent Garden’s Monmouth Kitchen is celebrating with a pop-up Pisco Party."

Read more

New! Magazine

"The lavish restaurant boasts a tasty menu that includes a range of small plates."

Read more

Arcadia Magazine

"The restaurant’s signature dish, Smoked Lamb Cutlets with red anticucho is served on a hot lava stone and was one of the highlights of the meal. The meat was tender and bursting with flavour and you will have wished you weren’t sharing."

Read more

Sainsbury's Magazine

"Taking inspiration from traditional Peruvian anticucho small plates and Italian antipasti, this is a transatlantic menu that’s almost too good to share."

Read more

The London Economic
January

"Filled with various crowd-pleasing flavour combinations, the tacos are some one of the best things eaten at Monmouth Kitchen."

Read the full article

Square Meal

"Drinks include pisco cocktails and decent Italian and South American wines, while slick service fits the sexy surrounds. With DJs at the weekends, MK is a fun choice for a night out."

Read the full article here

The Nudge
December

"Tacos with scallop ceviche make a good place to start, while lobster salad with chilli lemon dressing or their signature smoked lamb cutlets with red anticucho sauce (served on a hot lava stone) make an even better place to continue."

Read the full article

Candid
November

"Ingredients that even our seasoned gourmands had not encountered before."

Read the full article