The owners of the Bistrotheque in Hackney are set to launch their second pop-up concept restaurant, scheduled to open for 80 days inside the Royal Academy of Arts in November. Pablo Flack, David Waddington and Tom Collins will unveil the temporary restaurant called Flash in the West Room of the London art gallery on 1 November until the 19 January. The eaterie, which will be part of the gallery’s GSK Contemporary Season exhibition, will be designed as an interactive restaurant space that can also be viewed as an installation in its own right. The group debuted the pop-up concept with the launch of The Reindeer in the Old Truman Brewery in Brick Lane last Christmas, which combined a pop-up restaurant with a theatre during a 23 day period. Flack said: “But Flash isn't The Reindeer; there won't be a tree covered in fake snow anywhere in sight. For us, each pop-up restaurant we do should be totally unique.” This time round, the partners will offer a British lunch and dinner menu, as well as a cream team with champagne