Get Pickled With Your Partner at KuPP.

CALLING ALL 'KUPPLES'

They say couples who cook together, stay together, so test your compatibly with some pickling foreplay. Gaze into each other’s eyes over glasses of pickling vinegar, get pulses racing as you chop your chosen veggies and set off into the sunset with your own pickles in hand.

For just £25pp, each couple will enjoy a glass of bubbly on arrival, followed by 20-minute masterclass with a chef-led demonstration.

After the pickling action, sit down with your partner to enjoy a sharing smörgåsbord feast. Choose between The Fiske Bord, KuPP. Bord or The Veggie Bord.

Then an indulgent sharing dessert; choose from our White Chocolate and Pepparkakor Ginger Biscuit Cheesecake or Lingonberry Mess.

Share the love this Valentine’s Day.

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Paddington

Paddington@kupp.co // +44(0)207 262 8618

Oxford

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Nordic Style New Year's Eve at KuPP. Oxford

BRING IN 2020 THE NORDIC WAY.

Celebrate New Year’s Eve at Kupp Oxford with our special packages for you to choose from, great company, food + drinks and relax with fireworks shown on the big screen at midnight. All that we love. Shared.

       Book your New Year celebrations at Kupp Oxford 

KuPP Oxford

+ (0)1865 951791
oxford@kupp.co


KuPP. & Kyrö Takeover: Scandi Sauna and Bar at KuPP. Oxford

JOIN US FOR OUR ROOFTOP SAUNA AND GIN BAR EXPERIENCE! 

WE ARE OPEN FROM 29TH NOVEMBER 2019 – 2ND OF JANUARY 2020

Shop till you drop this festive season! Then warm up and unwind on our picturesque rooftop terrace.

Enjoy Finland’s award winning gin and cocktails alfresco, whilst indulging in KuPPs finest Nordic smörgasbords, then warm up in the sauna.

In RYE we TRUST

Our heated sauna is open all day!

Our pop-up bar is open:

Sun – Wed: 4pm until 8pm

Thurs – Sat: 4pm until close

TO BOOK A MASTERCLASS…

Opening hours:

Thurs 5th Dec: 6:30pm – 8pm

Thurs 12th Dec: 6:30pm – 8pm

Wed 18th Dec: 4:30pm – 6pm

 


Share your Christmas with KuPP.

EAT. DRINK. & BE MERRY.

For most of us Christmas conjures up images of friends and family together around the table and against a backdrop of twinkling fairy lights and a crackling fire. Our Nordic friends call this feeling ‘hygge’ (pronounced hue-guh). A concept that we love. So in the spirit of Christmas and hygge our menus are designed to be generously laid out on the table for a festive feast where everyone can graze, share and tuck in together.

This is the way we love eating with our friends and family. It's all we love. Shared.

CHRISTMAS MENUS

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KuPP Christmas menus available from Friday 23th November to 24th December 2018.

CHRISTMAS BOOKING FORM

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Rugby World Cup LIVE @ KuPP

JOIN US FOR THE RUGBY WORLD CUP!

We’re showing all the games LIVE on our BIG SCREEN, so why not join us and enjoy all the action whilst tucking into one of our breakfast burgers or bacon baps and wash it down with a pint of Pravha or Guinness and watch all the action unfold!

Terms & Conditions Apply
Please be aware that not all games will be shown. All early games will be shown based on demand. Please contact your local cup to register your interest or to find out whether the games will be shown. 

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KuPP Oxford

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oxford@kupp.co

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Scandi Easter Traditions

Witches, riddles & whodunnits: Scandi Easter traditions

Spend some time in Sweden over Easter and you may find yourself feeling like it’s actually Halloween. The Swedes have a positively wicked tradition similar to “trick or treating” where children dress up as witches (or påskkärringar) and go door to door collecting money and sweets. The tradition stems back to an ancient belief that on Maundy Thursday (the day before Good Friday), all the witches in Sweden would hop on their broomsticks and fly to the Blue Mountains for a ghoulish celebration. Two Halloweens a year sounds like fun to us!

Similarly spooky, Norwegians like to pass the time over the long weekend reading gory crime novels. A Norwegian Easter is synonymous with Easter thrillers (known as Påskekrimmen) which is why this is the most popular time of the year for books like this to be published. While there doesn’t seem to be any real historical origin, it’s an extremely widespread tradition with mini-thrillers popping up in the strangest of places including milk cartons and Norwegian TV putting out a chilling line up of crime series and horror movies. Curling up on the couch with a whodunit and a pile of Easter eggs is a hygge Easter tradition that we can really get behind!

Perhaps a little more light-hearted than their Scandi neighbours, children in Denmark earn their Easter eggs by outsmarting their parents with riddles sent in secret. They cut paper into pretty snowflake-like patterns then thread through a snowdrop to symbolise the coming of Spring. Known as “teaser letters” these always include a riddle and (…) in place of the sender’s name. If the parent can’t guess who the letter is from, then the sender gets a chocolate egg. If they guess correctly, then the sender must give a chocolate egg to them. You’d be surprised how many parents in Denmark just can’t seem to guess who their teaser letter is from…

Of course it wouldn’t be a Scandi Easter without eggs. Chocolate eggs, beautifully painted eggs, paper eggs filled with sweets and of course the many wonderful ways our friends in Scandinavia use eggs in traditional cooking. Here at KuPP, we’re celebrating Easter by combining our favourite thing about Easter – chocolate – with one of our favourite Swedish staples – pancakes. Our Swedish Head Development Chef has whipped up the most decadent of pancake dishes layered with custard and blueberry jam, piled high with fresh berries, dusted with icing sugar and simply dripping in white and dark chocolate sauce. We’re taking full advantage of this chocolaty time of year and serving these up from breakfast to after-dinner dessert for the whole long weekend. Any time is pancake time at KuPP!


Kids Eat Free

KIDS EAT FREE*

Bring the Bambinos to KuPP Southampton this July, for every Adult enjoying a main course a child can eat free from our special Children’s Menu! KuPP’s Children’s menu offers dishes such as beef burger with fries or meatballs with new potatoes & desserts include vanilla ice cream with chocolate sauce or banana cake.

* Terms and Conditions

Available from 2nd to 15th July 2018 only. Available from 12pm. Kids eat free when accompanied by an adult ordering a main course off our All Day Dining Menu. Limit of 1 child per adult. Valid for Children aged 12 and under. Available at KuPP Southampton only. 


Father's Day - The Nordic Way

Here’s a fun fact: in 1949 the Nordic countries decided to move Father’s Day from June to November but Denmark forgot to tell the public and press so, for the Danes, the date stayed the same. In Denmark Father’s Day is always on 5 June which also happens to be Constitution Day so that means it’s always a bank holiday!

You might not be able to give Dad a day off work this Father’s Day but you can treat him to Bottomless Brunch at KuPP and that’s just as good!  Get the whole family together to celebrate Daddy Dearest with unlimited smorgasbords and Scandi cocktails. Remember, kids eat FREE!

Need some Father’s Day gift inspiration? In Sweden it’s become a kind of standing joke that it’s not a proper Father’s Day unless Dad gets a new tie.


Supercharge your salads in May!

Celebrate National Salad Month with KuPP

The humble salad has come a long way since the days of good old iceberg lettuce with tomato, cucumber and perhaps a bit of feta and onion. We love our salads at KuPP and are always looking for new ways to make them even more interesting and, most importantly, delicious. This month, we’re adding a new Scandi-inspired bowl of goodness to our menu that features our house smoked mackerel.

Here are some healthy and nutritious tips that we swear by, simple ways to supercharge your salads at home:

We start with green leaves bursting with vitamin C and folic acid – great for fighting off those Spring sniffles! Next, we add one of our new favourite ingredients: cracked wheat. It is unprocessed, high fibre, low calorie and loaded with nutrients that ward off a host of nasties like type 2 diabetes and heart disease. Mackerel (a Scandi summer favourite), is high in omega 3 fatty acids, rich in vitamin D and a great source of protein – plus it’s super yummy. Don’t even get us started on eggs! These pint-size protein packages have a whole alphabet of vitamins and we’d add them to everything if we could. Eggs are a staple in the Nordic Region, providing a great source of vitamin D during the long winter months when the sun may shine for as little as 5 hours a day.

Another great way to supercharge your salads this spring and summer is to add superfoods like avocado and beetroot. Not only do these superfoods have a long list of health benefits but they taste great and can turn a drab salad into an Instagram-worthy bowl of food art.

Show your body some love with a supercharged salad this May!

Coming soon to our New Menu….

House Smoked Mackerel & Soft Boiled Egg Salad with cracked wheat, avocado, pickled radish, green leaves and grated horse radish dressing.


New Year's Eve

 NEW YEAR’S EVE CELEBRATIONS @ KUPP EXETER

Ring in the New Year with KuPP & join us for Dinner and New Year Drinks! Dine from our normal KuPP Menu or set Bottomless Bubbles Menu until 10pm and enjoy drinks into the New Year with Fireworks on our Big Screen!

BOOK YOUR TABLE OR SPACE IN THE BAR AND ENJOY A FREE GLASS OF BUBBLES @ MIDNIGHT 

*Bottomless Sparkling Wine or Krusovice Pilsner for 90 minutes.