About Time: You Celebrated National Fry Up Day 2018 at MEATLiquorBy Angelica Malin
Chips on a fry up? No chips? Hash browns? Button mushrooms? The celebrated fry up takes on many delicious forms (if, however, you’re serving your fry up with chips, we’ll be having strong words), and to give praise to the UK’s most notable and cherished breakfast dish of all time, MEATLiquor and The Fry Up Police are hosting a special event on National Fry Up Day (4th November), showing love and appreciation this breakfast great so rightly deserves.
National Fry Up Day 2018: The Lowdown
Hosted at MEATLiquor, and led by social media phenomenon The Fry Up Police founder and meat fanatic Tom Shiers, along with a Masterchef finalist on the griddle, twenty quid has never stretched so far.
Leading the kitchen, Masterchef runner up Steve Kielty has a massive passion for food, especially this British classic and he’ll be utilising his skills to make sure it’s the best Full English you’ve ever tasted. He will be joined be two of the most famous fry up chefs in the country, David Rowland and Ben Smith, whose works of fried art can be found over at the official Fry Up Police Instagram.
National Fry Up Day 2018: What to Expect
The menu will feature some of the UK’s best independent suppliers including Powters Sausages, a family-led farm, they promise a proper banger; fresh blood black pudding courtesy of the Fruit Pig Company is returning after its huge popularity last year; and eggs will be supplied by Cacklebean from the Cotswolds, so are guaranteed sunny side up, even if you’re feeling a little rotten. Not forgetting that a full vegetarian option is available, because no-one should miss out on a proper fry up.
This year will see the event held at MEATLiquor King’s Cross, the perfect backdrop to drown your sorrows in a hearty fry up, because what’s a proper Brit-breakfast without a pint? There will be 3 sittings on the day: 10am, 12:30pm and 2pm and all this comes in at £20 per head, with a welcome tea or coffee included to help line the stomach.
Meat Liquor Kings Cross – 6 St Chad’s Pl, King’s Cross, London WC1X 9HH