John Lewis hosted its first ever pop-up restaurant in a shop window at its Oxford Street flagship on Pancake Day, hosted by Tefal

Tefal launches pop-up restaurant with John Lewis

John Lewis hosted its first ever pop-up restaurant in a shop window at its Oxford Street flagship on Pancake Day, hosted by Tefal

Tefal launches pop-up restaurant with John Lewis

The Ingenio Restaurant served free gourmet pancakes to mark Shrove Tuesday, made by Tefal’s own chef, using Tefal’s Ingenio cookware.

The two-day event ran from Monday March 3 to Tuesday March 4 (Pancake Day). The savoury dishes were prepared in the store’s window, in front of diners and passing shoppers.

Jennika Kalliala, senior product manager for high-end cookware at Tefal UK, said: “Our aim at Tefal is to constantly surprise our customers with clever innovation. From our first non-stick pan 60 years ago, to creating cookware with removable handles, to our pop-up restaurant on Oxford Street.”

John Lewis cookshop buyer Nicola Hattersley said: “Holding our first ever pop-up restaurant in the window of John Lewis Oxford Street was a great way for our customers to experience the Tefal range in an unusual environment, while also getting the chance to enjoy Pancake Day.”

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