We, at Pop-Up Containers, have compiled a short list of companies, businesses and websites we really admire and think complement the Pop-Up Container scene! These are our ‘hot picks’ and we will continue to keep this updated with our favourites. If you think you should feature on this page, just drop us an email – email@example.com or message us on Twitter @popupcontainers!
Recently opened, Potli, in Hammersmith continues to impress us every time! If you’re after the finest quality ‘top-notch’ Indian fayre, then a visit to Potli in Hammersmith is definitely worthwhile. Started by two individuals with a passion for Indian cuisine, Potli’s Indian market kitchen theme does not disappoint. Visit their website – http://www.potli.co.uk or their TripAdvisor profile – http://bit.ly/XtpTJA
LONDON’S POP-UP SCENE
For everything you need to know about the Pop-Up Scene in London, including pop-up restaurants, galleries, pop-up bars, pop-up shops and gigs, this website has it all. It also includes an extremely useful, advice and resources section. If you are into pop-ups you must visit London Pop-ups!
LOOSE TEAS IN LONDON
OK, it’s true, we love a bit of ‘Yum Cha’ and have recently re-kindled our love for drinking loose tea. During a recent walk around Fitzrovia and Goodge Street in London, we discovered Yum Chaa! These guys are the loose tea specialists of London, and whether you enjoy a simple cuppa at tea time or really appreciate a fine Rooibos, a visit to one of Yum Chaa’s tea shops is a must! You can find them online here!
BBQ TOWER – YOUR ULTIMATE BBQ
In 2010, our group company, Bell Container, decided to help two budding entrepeneurs and, together, developed with them, the BBQ TOWER! This multi-level charcoal barbecue is the original tower barbecue and has three levels so you can cook what you want, where you want! The BBQ TOWER has featured in GQ magazine, on the Alan Titchmarsh show and, in April 2013, on Channel Five’s Gadget Show! Check out the BBQ TOWER – your ultimate barbecue!
trikki was founded in 2010 by brother and sister Rikki and Nikki Shah. After three years of building an online presence and being stocked in many independent stores in Europe trikki launched their own store on Cheshire Street, just off Brick Lane. Rikki is the head designer and creates clothing with an emphasis on styling twists and quality of fabrics. Everything is produced in Portugal to ensure the brand maintains its social responsibility to others in its production chain. With t-shirts starting at £29.99 trikki is affordable for those seeking something a little different from the high street.