In collaboration with the Swedish restaurant Lisa’s in Portobello Road and online children’s shop Mayamin there will be a one day only pop-up shop and Scandinavian Christmas Market in Notting Hill.
Browse through beautiful children’s clothes age 0-6, from Scandinavian brands such as MeMini, Miniature, Aya Naya, Dundelina, Janus, Lilleba and Ugly.
Also, this is a great opportunity to sample some of the traditional dishes, from Lisa’s. There’s also a tasting menu available, especially for today, that’ll include
* Meatballs with beetroot salad £3 each
* Oven roasted ham with mustard on a traditional Swedish Christmas bread £2.50 each
* Grav lax with mustard sauce £2.50 each
* Mushrooms and blue cheese cream £2.00 each
Open from 10am in 305 Portobello Road, nearest tube Ladbroke Grove. Hope to see you there!
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