Taking over the kitchens in a two-month stint, Boopshi’s will bring an array of their classics alongside new interpretations of Viennese dishes to the Hampstead dining scene. The menu will offer up their signature schnitzels (rare breed pork, chicken and British rose veal), schnitzel burgers and sausages (including bratwurst, weisswurst and paprika sausage) with other plates to tempt hungry visitors, including smoked chicken and truffled dumpling soup and gurnard with pumpkin and sage.
Alongside its hearty Viennese cuisine, the menu will also offer Boopshis’ classic desserts, including their decadent sachertorte and their renowned Oma’s apple streudel, created from their grandmother’s secret recipe. Those looking to quench their thirst will be able to enjoy The Horseshoe’s selection of Camden Town Brewery beers (originally brewed on site) as well as a large range of wine and spirits.
Co-owner of Boopshi’s, Ben Robson, said “Being able to take over the reins at the Horseshoe kitchen was an opportunity we couldn’t refuse. As my brother Ed and I began our hospitality careers there, it is incredibly exciting to team up with our old friends and take the Boopshi’s experience to Hampstead, where our passion for the industry started. We hop e this residency is the first of many so that we can continue to serve our food across the capital.”
Since aspiring to open a restaurant together as teenagers, Ed & Ben brought their grandparents recipes to life when they opened the doors of Boopshi’s in Fitzrovia in 2013. Now with an established reputation in the industry, and a legion of loyal schnitzel fans, this new residency is a chance for Boopshi’s to expand their offering to new customers in their former stomping ground.