Pop Up Restaurant

Celebrated chef Aneke Spacie has worked in some of the world’s best Michelin-starred restaurants including Rainer Becker at Zuma, Mark Hix, Alan Bird at the Ivy and Alain Ducasse in New York. Known to her colleagues as ‘Michelin Mum’, she now lives in Woking and runs the new and much-anticipated Waters Edge restaurant at Heather Farm, offers cookery classes, and runs exciting Pop Up restaurants ‘Food by Aneke’ which offer cutting edge creations which push the boundaries of culinary science and art. The artistic space of The Lightbox was therefore the natural choice of host for a series of ‘Food by Aneke’ Pop Ups.

“My wife and I came along to the ‘Food by Aneke’ Pop Up last Saturday and I would like to congratulate everyone involved for putting on a really splendid evening. Obviously the food was the star attraction (and it was absolutely brilliant!) but it takes more than excellent food to make an excellent evening. We thought that everyone involved made a positive contribution to the overall event by being friendly and informative. 

Guest at Feb 2016 Pop Up


The evening will get off to a bang with bubbles accompanied by canapés against the stunning backdrop of the exhibition ‘John Constable: Observing the Weather’. This will be followed by a 6 course tasting menu that will both surprise and delight the guests.

Previous Pop Up menus have included treats such as ‘Bembridge crab Scotch egg’, ‘Slow roasted free range pork belly served on a pink lady apple risotto’ and ‘Rhubarb panna cotta with ginger ice cream cones and space dusted cherry soup’.

Booking for this event has now closed.

Further Pop Up restaurant dates will be available soon and will be posted on this website.

For more information about Food by Aneke including previous Pop Up menus please visit

Friday 22 April, 7.30pm
£75 per person
(incl. a glass of bubbles, canapés and the 6 course tasting menu)

Images courtesy of Food by Aneke and Waters Edge

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The Lightbox, Chobham Road, Woking, GU21 4AA Date and time 22 April, 2016 19.30 - 23.00
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