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A double-decker BBQ bus is coming to Kings Cross

Enjoy BBQ flavours with celebrity chef Simon Rimmer to celebrate the launch of Weber’s new grill for city living

By Time Out in association with Weber

London is finally warming up and, with a string of bank holidays on the horizon, BBQ season is almost upon us. To celebrate, a double-decker BBQ bus is set to park up and get grilling in Kings Cross this May.

Weber’s ‘barbecue balcony’ bus will be turning the area into a foodie hotspot for four days from May 10, championing the art of urban grilling and those delicious BBQ flavours with a street-food inspired dining space on the top deck. Diners will have two-hour slots to enjoy all kinds of classic and innovative BBQ fare. Think vermouth and pink peppercorn steak dinners and blueberry pancake brunches, all whipped up on the Weber Pulse Grill, a new BBQ designed for small urban gardens and little London balconies. 

Weber's BBQ balcony in Kings Cross

‘Sunday Brunch’ chef Simon Rimmer designed the pop-up menu and will be hosting a series of sittings himself to share his tips for fair-weather feasting. If you can’t wait to get grilling this summer, you can book a sitting on the top deck online now. 

Visitors to the BBQ bus, which will be in Pancras Square (May 10 and 11) and Granary Square (May 12 and 13), will also be able to see cooking demos and try out the Weber Pulse Grill. The petite and super easy-to-use BBQ is powered by electricity, rather than gas or charcoal, and uses iGrill technology to alert an app on your phone when your food is cooked to perfection. It’s the ideal way to make the most of any outdoor space, however small, and get sizzling in the middle of a city. 

Dining slots on Weber's BBQ Balcony are limited. Book online now.   


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