DiSH takes off at Harwell
A new pop-up dining experience, DiSH has launched this week at Harwell, and is open to everyone, bringing people together with the best street food and drinks all under one roof.
DiSH is part of a new casual dining revolution with small and independent food crews taking up residence in converted shipping containers, offering street food from all over the world.
Open 7.00am through to 6.00pm Monday and Tuesday and from 7.00am to 8.00pm Wednesday to Friday and serving breakfast, lunch and after work drinks, the campus has opened its gates for everyone to enjoy DiSH.
You can grab a coffee and pastry at Sandy’s in the morning, devour a burger from 1885, a vegan curry from the authentic coconut kitchen, classic Indian street food from Urban Indian or a contemporary Thai or middle eastern style Salad from Bibi’s Kitchen at lunch and enjoy a post work cocktail, beer or wine at Sandy’s, there is something for everyone throughout the day.
And furthermore, there is absolutely no need to queue. DiSH’s innovative ordering system allows you to pick your food online, order in advance or from your table and select a time to collect.
Don’t miss DiSH’s opening week – come on down to Harwell Science and Innovation Campus to enjoy good company, food and drink. The food crews at DisH include:
1885 burgers serves delicious, juicy burgers including veggie options inspired from when the burger was first created, in 1885! Buns are made fresh daily from a local baker, and the meat is sourced locally too.
Authentic Coconut Kitchen provides a range of curries and sides which are largely gluten-free and vegan friendly. Come and taste the unique blend of spices and coconut-based dishes characterised in Sri Lankan cuisine.
Oxford City-based Sandy’s has opened an additional venue at Harwell with classic cocktails and a tempting wine list, perfect for an after work catch-up. During the day you’ll find great, locally roasted coffee and fresh, tasty pastries.
Urban Indian, established in the London food scene, has long been winning hearts with their home-inspired recipes, including chickpea curries topped with fresh herbs and spices or chicken tikka in a wrap.
Bibi’s Kitchen is serving salads inspired by middle eastern flavours, bringing healthy food to you on-the-go.
Chor Muang Thai creates a mix of classic and modern, contemporary style Thai dishes, designed to represent the incredible variety of Thai food and cooking.
Stuart Grant, Chief Executive of Harwell Campus, said: “Harwell is a large employer across Oxfordshire, and home to a 6000 strong community of scientists who are helping to solve the world’s greatest challenges.
“It’s really important to us that we create desirable spaces that allow people who work on the Campus to collaborate and innovate, as well as creating welcoming spaces for their families and the wider community to enjoy. We’re looking forward to welcoming people to DiSH.”
Thibault Bouquet de Jolinière, Development Director, at DiSH, added “Our array of food vendors, bring flavours, vibrance, and a great atmosphere to the fascinating place that is Harwell Campus. We’re so excited to be launching DiSH and welcoming guests from the campus and across Oxfordshire to everything it has to offer.”
You can find the latest menus, details about the street crews and opening times, as well as placing your order here https://tucktrucks.co.uk/dish/
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