Tony Singh returns to Apex with his pop-up Road Trip

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Culinary star Tony Singh is set to unite with Apex’s Edinburgh hotels once again to resurrect his street food pop-up in the city.

Tony’s Road Trip offers a blend of Scottish and Indian dishes, scheduled to serve seven days a week, from noon until 10 pm, at two prime locations – The Apex Grassmarket Hotel’s Metro Brasserie, and Apex Waterloo Place Hotel’s Elliot’s Restaurant. It will run from July 24 to September 3, and the pop-up will welcome both walk-ups and bookings.

The menu, which draws from Tony’s world travels, offers a range of affordable options, with most dishes priced under £10. It includes fusion classics such as Haggis Pakora and Chicken Tikka Pie, alongside new, recipes like Korean BBQ Pork Belly and Fish Tacos with crema and Loca Salsa.

Guests will also have the chance to enjoy Fierce Beers personally handpicked by Tony along with Spritz cocktails, bottled and draught beer, and a variety of wines.

Excited about his comeback to the city, Tony said, ” It’s great to be collaborating with Apex Hotels again doing what I love in the kitchen – rustling up tasty street food.”

Cluster General Manager of Apex Hotels in Edinburgh, Ronnie MacKay, conveyed, “It’s fantastic to be partnering with Tony again after the success of Road Trip in 2015 and 2016.

“This time the exclusive pop-up is not just in one but two of our contemporary restaurants, offering an unforgettable gastronomical experience from one of the UK’s most celebrated chefs. We can’t wait to welcome locals, hotel guests and visitors to Edinburgh for a feast to remember!”

 

Category: Hotel News, News, Restaurant
Tags: Apex Grassmarket, Apex Hotels, Apex Waterloo Place, Elliot's Restaurant, Ronnie MacKay, Tony Singh