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Frenchie launches Bacon Scone pop-up in Covent Garden

Gregory Marchand’s Frenchie restaurant has announced it will be opening Bacon Scone, a pop-up in London’s Covent Garden market on Tuesday 11 June.

The pop-up will serve Frenchie’s signature smoked bacon and maple syrup scones with clotted cream priced at £3.50. Located a short distance from Frenchie Covent Garden on Henrietta Street, guests can either choose to eat in or take away in recyclable boxes which can fit up to 12 scones.

The pop-up will also offer goat’s cheese scones served with clotted cream for £4 and banoffee scones priced at £2.50. Guests will also be offered home-made ginger beer and iced tea for £4.50.

Marchand and his team have also brought in a PacMan arcade machine to launch their very own PacMan challenge, where guests can compete over the duration of the pop-up to obtain the highest score. At the end of the pop-up in early October, the player with the highest score will win a complimentary tasting experience for two at Frenchie Covent Garden.

Frenchie will also be selling badges with the Bacon Scone logo on for £1, which will be donated to Le Fonds de dotation Merci; a charity dedicated to acting together for a sustainable and fair future for children through education in Madagascar and various charity initiatives in France.

Marchand, said: “The smoked bacon and maple syrup scones are my favourite dish on the menu, with a spoonful of clotted cream, what more could you ask for? The savoury, sweet, smoky balance is perfect and makes these little scones incredibly addictive.”

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