This London Pop-Up is serving wallpaper-inspired dishes!

No wallpaper-paste dishes here…

Experimental chef, Pedro Passinhas, is launching his latest pop-up restaurant ‘Off the Wall & onto the Plate’ during London Design Festival, where guests can dine on a seven-course menu entirely inspired by wallpaper.

The unique pop-up opens on 22nd September in The House of Wallpaper by Graham & Brown at 19 Greek Street. The menu includes ‘sheet scallop’ served with slow cooked pork neck, metallic paper made from fresh oysters, and an edible wallpaper napkin amuse-bouche.

Pedro Passinhas: “Bridging the gap between wallpaper and food was a challenge, but we’ve managed to translate the patterns and textures onto the plates while keeping the menu delicious, locally-sourced and seasonal.”

This interactive culinary experience will feature on the top floor of The House of Wallpaper in the heart of Soho – an immersive wallpaper exhibition looking at the fascinating history of the wallpaper industry.

The House of Wallpaper exhibition has been created by Graham & Brown, who are the UK’s largest wallpaper manufacturer, along with leading interiors and architectural specialists SHH, as part of London Design Festival (16th-24th September) and International Wallpaper Week (2nd-8th October).

“Cooking is an art form and a means of expression, and so is home décor.” 

The menu costs £60 per person and diners should visit to make a booking.

Only grumpy on a week day. Follow on Instagram at