The Bank Holiday Weekender
Join us at Arcade this weekend to tip your hat to 70 years of Queenie.
We've put together an all-day line-up of global street food, icy-cold cocktails, a roaming brass band and live DJs (headlined by Krafty Kuts on Saturday night). Take a look at what we've got on below.
Richio Suzuki / Nana Nicol
Soho Brass / Andy Smith (Portishead) / Mr. Ben / Auntie Maureen
Sunni-D / Josh FB / Krafty Kuts
Book a table or hop on the Elizabeth line straight to our doorstep and walk in.BOOK NOW
For a more intimate bank holiday experience, learn about the principles of sushi through the omakase experience at Sushi Kamon. Omakase – meaning ‘Ill leave it to you’ – is a revered Japanese dining experience in which master sushi chefs prepare and talk through a bespoke menu in front of their guests. The 45-minute experience takes place at 19:30 everyday and is served up at the counter in the main food hall.BOOK OMAKASE
Pop in between 12pm-3pm to enjoy the Queen’s Lunchbox, a menu of our finest British classics – the Margot’s Pride “Owen Olive” roasted chicken sandwich, Torres truffle crisps, regal Strawberries & Cream trifle from the Jelladrome by Benham & Froud and Perfect Lady cocktail made with Bombay Sapphire and osmanthus tea.
Plaza Khao Gaeng's
DEEP SOUTH MENU
Check out the newly-launched Deep South Menu at Plaza Khao Gaeng, a collection of dishes from Thailand's southernmost provinces. Pile your plate high with generous helpings of steaming hot jasmine rice, beef shoulder massman curry, sour orange mussel and squid curry, fiery tiger prawns, stir-fried morning glory and a fudgy fried egg to cool the heat. The menu is priced at £35 per head and perfect for groups to share.BOOK PLAZA