New season of mouth-watering food announced for North Street dining hall

New season of mouth-watering food announced for North Street dining hall

Posted on: 20 Jan 2023

Opening back in September 2022, Kitchen by KASK have an incredible selection of pop-ups, from ramen to raclette, coming to Bedminster over the coming months.


Kitchen by KASK’s new programme includes takeovers from The Cheese Guys, Peckers, King Fin and Fat Rice between 26 January and 1 April.


The new North Street venue and dining hall has released a brand new lineup of dates, each showcasing a host of unbelievable flavours from a selection of Bristol’s best chefs with all dishes complemented with perfectly paired drinks chosen by the KASK team.


To book your slot at Kitchen by KASK, head to their website.



Kicking off the season is the popular Old Market eatery Tomo No Ramen from Thursday 26 January and Saturday 4 February. This much-loved restaurant serves delicious (and spicy) bowls of ramen that blend local ingredients with traditional techniques.


The next residency is from The Cheese Guys between Thursday 9 and Sunday 19 February, who serve a plethora of sweet and savoury dishes all centred around cheese. Foodies can expect Tunworth Tortilla, Truffled Baron Bigot Mac ‘N Cheese, Malfatti with Berkswell + sage butter, and mini ricotta doughnuts with pistachio and honey.


The Cheese Guys run special Raclette evenings on Thursday and a Sunday brunch menu featuring brioche French toast with whipped ricotta, aubergine shakshuka and Croque Madame.

Running at Kitchen by KASK between Thursday 16 and Sunday 26 March is seafood and rotating menu aficionados King Fin. A food market staple, this popular kitchen serves soft shell crab burgers, deep-fried seafood and Po’Boys, King Fin will also be using their takeover of the kitchen to experiment with new dishes.


Two Kitchen by KASK favourites in the shape of Peckers (Thursday 9 – Saturday 11 March) and Fat Rice (Thursday 30 March – Saturday 1 April) will also be returning, bringing free-range fried chicken and Malaysian comfort food for short stints.


Speaking about the new programme, Charlie Taylor (co-owner of Kitchen by KASK) said: “Kitchen by KASK is all about customers tasting experimental new dishes alongside fan favourites from some of Bristol’s best chefs and street-food traders alongside drinks pairings from the team at KASK that elevate the flavours further. 


“After our first season of chefs taking over the kitchen in 2022, we’re ready to kick start the New Year with next-level food and wine and couldn’t be more excited by this lineup.”

Bookings are now live for all these residencies. Food lovers can book a table and keep up to date with Kitchen by KASK on the dining hall’s website.

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Stanley Gray

Stan is a born and bred Bristolian, recently graduated from studying English Literature in Sheffield. His passions are music and literature and he spends the majority of his time in venues all over the city, immersing himself in Bristol’s alternative music scene. A lifelong Bristol City fan, Stan’s Saturdays are spent watching his team both home and away.