Serving dishes inspired by the humble chip, Krug & Chips will be overseen by chef Tom Sellers, who runs Michelin-starred Restaurant Story. Known for creating dishes that tell a story, Sellers has previously at Denmark’s Noma restaurant, voted this year’s best restaurant in the world.
Dishes on offer will include “fish in chips” – a potato ravioli with fish in tartar sauce – monkfish cheek curry with matchstick fries, and lobster claws wrapped in potato spaghetti with tartar sauce.
Guests will be offered a glass of Krug Grande Cuvée alongside the pop-up’s chip-inspired menu, with a glass of Krug and one of the dishes costing £35 per person.
Earlier this year Krug launched a more conventional Champagne-pairing pop-up opening a crab shack on London’s Southbank. Krug & Krustacean was organised in partnership with the recently launched London restaurant Beast in Marylebone, which specialises in Norwegian red king crab.