Diners can enjoy fine food and a stunning view over west London when a pop-up street food event comes to the iconic BBC Television Centre studios in White City.
Storeys will be based on the top of the studio’s car park, set over two levels and spanning 24,000sq-ft, with sweeping views from nine storeys high.
It will open on Friday July 31 and run for the next six or seven weekends (Friday-Sunday), and include food from French American brunch menu from Le Bun, Crabbieshack’s soft shell crab burgers, finger-licking wings from Randy’s Wing Bar, succulent skewers from En Brochette, Asian-Carribean fusion from Yum Jungle, fresh Peruvian ceviche and anticuchos from Aji Ceviche, spicy jerk chicken from White Men Can’t Jerk, handmade gourmet ice lollies from Lickalix and more yet to be announced.
Television Centre MD Alistair Shaw said: “We are delighted to welcome Storeys to Television Centre, featuring some of the UK’s best street food alongside fantastic views of the West London skyline.
“Following the successful opening of Artangel last month, Storeys is a perfect fit for what’s happening here at Television Centre – and the wider regeneration of White City.
"With up to 5,000 high quality new homes, 400 shops and 30 acres of public space, White City will be a new destination at the heart of West London.”
The pop-up will also feature a series of murals from young artists aged 16-24 and talented London street artists. Other design features will include art installations, wall plants and reclaimed material used throughout.
Doors will open from 5pm on Fridays and from 11am on weekends, with daytime game areas and DJs playing in the evening.
The building is currently being transformed into a mix of office and television studio space for the BBC, 950 new homes, cafes, restaurants and a gym. The redevelopment will include a new branch of private members’ club Soho House consisting of a 47-room hotel and restaurant as well as a roof-top pool.
For more information go to www.storeys.london.