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Frieze London

Regent’s Park

4–7 October 2018

Restaurants

Frieze fairs bring together pop-ups from some of London’s best restaurants, cafés and bars.

At Frieze London, The River Cafe joins the fair for the first time alongside returning favourites Petersham Nurseries, Moro, Brunswick House, Rita’s, Gail’s Artisan Bakery, Yalumba, Company Drinks and Ahi Poké.

View Frieze Masters’ restaurants here.

GAIL’s Bakery

35-37 Parkway, Camden
NW1 7PN London

Petersham Nurseries

Church Lane, Petersham Road
TW10 7AB Richmond, London

Brunswick House

30 Wandsworth Rd
SW8 2LG London

Yalumba

40 Eden Valley Road
SA 5353 Angaston

Ahi Poké

Fitzrovia, Spitafields, Fulham
Bank Victoria

Moro

34-36 Exmouth Market
EC1R 4QE London

The River Cafe

Thames Wharf, Rainville Road
W6 9HA London

Rita’s

275-276 Poyser St
E2 9RF London

La Grotta Ices

Various Locations
Around London

Postcard Teas

Dering Street, New Bond Street
W1S 1AG London
Company Drinks bar at Frieze Art Fair. Photo: Emil Charlaff © Company Drinks CIC

Company Drinks

Park Centre, Rectory Road
RM10 9SA Dagenham

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