The Berkeley has announced its latest culinary pop-up, The Berkeley Beach Huts, which is inspired by Britain’s most iconic seafronts.

Following on from the success of ‘The Garden’ culinary terrace last summer, this year’s pop-up celebrates the Great British staycation and features rainbow coloured beach huts, terrace dining and seaside-inspired fare.

The Berkeley Beach Huts on Wilton Place will embrace warm, family-style dining and the art of al fresco service – focusing on fresh produce with seafood  front and centre.

The menu will include crab on sourdough, baked scallops and grilled langoustine, alongside platters of seafood with dressed crab, lobster, king prawns, mussels and clams. Britain’s much loved fish and chips will also be given a twist in the form of grilled sea trout, sea bass and lobster, accompanied by fries. 

A breakfast menu will feature a Seaside Benedict and Smoked Salmon and Caviar Flatbread, as well as plaice butties, asparagus and tunworth toasties and brioche lobster rolls.

Diners will also be able to choose from a selection of desserts including ice cream sandwiches and ‘make your own’ Eton Mess. The pop-up will also offer a ‘Gourmet 99’ encompassing traditional soft serve vanilla ice cream cones and an array of flakes and toppings.  

Drinks will include carefully sourced British wines as well as a variety of cocktails and mocktails. Shandies are showcased in both cherry and orange, and concoctions dubbed ‘The Diver’, ‘Mermaid Shell’, ‘Sailor Sour’ and ‘Pink Pearl’ will also feature.

From 12 April, The Berkeley Beach Huts will be open Monday – Sunday and will seat parties of up to six people.