Ceru pops up again for winter stint in bricks & mortar site

Street food firm, Ceru has popped up for the third time in a London bricks and mortar site, this time in Cannon Street.

The new Levantine pop-up will be open until January 2016 from 7am-10pm each day.

Diners can enjoy the brand's 6-hour slow-roasted lamb shoulder, a kaleidoscope of freshly made dips and the now renowned crisp apple, pomegranate and mint salad.

Beverages include craft beers from Partisan Brewery, colourful cocktails, Middle Eastern wines and artisan coffee.

Restaurateur Barry Hilton of Yalla Yalla and Stephen Gee - owner of Carluccios and investor at Iberica - are the duo behind Ceru.