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We can’t believe it was six months ago that Luke Thomas & Mark Fuller got together to create Retro Feasts, a pop-up British diner based on their childhood memories.
This comfortable, lively social served all your favourites in a refined fashion.
If drinking was more your thing, cocktails, traditional tipples and late night midnight feasts were available at the bar.
The past six months have been a blast but we bid a fond farewell to Mayfair we’re determined to go out with a bang!
Don’t be sad, we’re moving to a larger site in 2014 and will be taking up permanent residence in Soho…
Food has been Luke’s passion and since working at a local butchers aged 12, he has come a long way since then to become Chef Patron of his first restaurant Luke’s Dining Room. At just 19 years old Luke is also creator of Retro Feasts, an exciting new Pop-up in Mayfair. Luke Thomas won FutureChef 2009, coming top against 7,500 competitors aged just 15, and whether it be for one week, one month or one year, Luke has gone on to work with some of the UK’s top chefs. Luke competed for Wales in the latest series of BBC2’s ‘Great British Menu’ and was also the focus of BBC Three’s documentary ‘Britain’s Youngest Head Chef’ which looked at his amazing achievement of becoming Chef Patron of Luke’s Dining Room at just 18 years old,
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