With trips to restaurants having been off the cards for the past few months, many of us have been indulging in a few takeaways instead.
And now, a takeaway with a difference is coming to one Leicester restaurant later this month.
A three-day Kimber-To-Go Japanese takeaway pop-up will be taking place at 100&Six in Clarendon Park from Friday, July 31, until Sunday, August 2.
You’ll be able to take your pick from a mouth-watering selection including chicken katsu curry, tontaksu, miso roasted aubergine, and sides including pork gyoza, cauliflower kara age and spicy tomato ponzu salad.
About half of the menu is vegan.
You can get a main and a side for £15. Sides alone are £5.95, and mains alone are £11.95. Extras, such as cucumber and wakame, and kimchi, are £2.
Kimber has also teamed up with Batched to bring you an exclusive cocktail to enjoy with your meal, or you could opt for an Asahi beer.
The cocktail for 2 is £10 and beers start at £3.50 and go down to £3 if you buy more.
You’ll be able to collect your food from 100&Six between 4pm and 9pm on the Friday, 12pm and 9pm on the Saturday, and 12pm and 8pm on the Sunday.
You can pre-order now via the website, and pick your collection time.
Kimber was founded by foodie duo Nick Kimber and Robin Hardman, who worked together at a well known Asian food chain, before Nick went on to be a chef at Nanban in London.
Their aim is to bring traditional ramen and izakaya to the Midlands via exciting concepts, events and collaborations.
The team has previously held sell-out pop-ups at 100&Six and Lilu in Leicester, and according to Robin, the takeaway event is already proving popular, with slots booking up fast.
If the event is a success, Kimber plans to hold further takeaway pop-ups in the future.
Click here to place your order.