Back in October, we hosted our very first and fun pop up event at South Bank Tower, overlook the stunning London Skyline. We’re glad to hear some great feedbacks on the food and drinks, and we have taken on all the comments for improvements.
Read what people say:
Peru and Jamaica in a bowl!
“I was very lucky to be amongst the first people to try the food at “Bowls” and all I can say is that I fell in love with the flavors that make you travel from the land of the Inca Trail to the paradise of Bob Marley.
What makes ‘Bowls” stand out in the food scene in London is the Russian touch of its owner who has the passion and the vision to create such a unique restaurant in the heart of Soho.” Jocelyne Elia, Food and Travel Editor at Asharq Alawsat newspaper
“I never thought that Jamaican and Peruvian food could work so well together! The food at “Bowls” celebrates the blending of these two cultures giving rise to a unique type of cuisine. The deliciously inventive plates are designed to be shared among diners within this fun and welcoming restaurant.
As well as the food, I really enjoyed the friendly and knowledgeable service. Nothing was ever too much. The waiters were great at guiding us through the menu. BOWLS. is way ahead of the pack! And I am excited to visit this charming new restaurant in Soho. Best of luck to Zarifa, and her team, on this delightful and spicy venture.” Ainara Mateu, Business Development & Marketing for the Leisure Industry
Yet heard of this soon-to-become Soho favourite,BOWLS. is all aboutcomforting dishes that just don’t quitework on plates. Dishes to hold, to pick from and pass around, packed with layered flavours and unique ingredient combinations.
Big and small BOWLS.include Jamaican Jerk Chicken; Peruvian ceviche, Tuna Poke and Southeast Asian-inspired dishes, such as the ‘Zari-Pho’.Guests can sip on stellar cocktails paired with their dishes, some of which include Aloha Royal, the ‘#IncrediBowl’ Negroni Campari, and ‘Paloma de Damiana’.