Sharon Reid


If you are not familiar with Spanish eatery Pilgrim, then get to know when it returns in pop –up form for two weeks only at Dalston Lane, 16th – 25th November, ahead of the launch of a permanent restaurant in April 2018.

Pilgrim is inspired by the Camino de Santiago, a pilgrimage that has been made since the 9th century to Santiago de Compostela in Galicia, northwest Spain.

Combining the finest Spanish ingredients from the UK’s most reputable farmers, butchers and fishmongers, Head Chefs, Dave Bone and Anthony Power, have created a menu which will take customers on a culinary journey via key regions on the Camino.

Having walked the Camino earlier this year, Pilgrim’s founder and co-director Jamie J Duffield, was inspired by the clear diversities between each region as well as the abundance of quality, local produce readily available.

The planned authentic yet modern menu will be complemented by XECO Wines – makers of a contemporary brand of dry sherry.

The last Pilgrim pop –up was very well received, keen to replicate the success, Jamie gave hints on what guests can expect:

“We are completely taken aback by the response and praise of our first Pilgrim pop-up having sold out in such a short space of time with 5 star reviews. With our new run, the menu will be totally re-vamped creating a completely new experience alongside fresh wine pairings. We can’t wait to take customers on this journey with us.”

Set out on your own pilgrimage to Dalston Lane in order to sample the delicious offerings from Pilgrim’s pop-up. Tickets cost £45, for further information and tickets please visit: