Brooklyn Beckham’s Latest Venture? A Pop-Up Restaurant

By Ellie Smith

5 months ago

Here's your chance to try some Beckham-approved foodie favourites

From football to modelling to photography, 24-year-old Brooklyn Beckham has already dipped his toe in a fair few careers. But most recently, the eldest son of David and Victoria Beckham has had his chef hat on, sharing cooking videos on social media. And now he’s taking that one step further, launching a pop-up restaurant with Uber Eats.

Brooklyn Beckham On Uber Eats: What’s On The Menu?

Available exclusively for takeaway in London, the offering includes five different dishes inspired by Brooklyn’s upbringing. The menu will focus on comfort food, with highlights including his viral English Breakfast Sandwich, learned from his great-grandma, made with Mangalitsa streaky bacon and Iberico sausage. There will also be Chicken Tikka Masala, Wagyu Bolognese, Atlantic prawn dumplings, and Buffalo Cauliflower made with Brooklyn’s secret hot sauce.

‘My Nanny Peggy taught me how to make her English Breakfast sandwich when I was five, and it’s been my favourite ever since,’ said Beckham. ‘I’ve always been into trying different foods, cuisines, and cultures, but that was one of my earliest memories of loving cooking. Spending time in the kitchen is definitely something me and my dad bond over… even though I think I make my English Breakfast sandwich better, he does make a pretty good one!’

Brooklyn Beckham cooking

The menu is the latest installment of Uber Eats Hosts, a series focused on bringing unique food experiences into homes. It began with a special 10-course menu from the acclaimed Welsh restaurant Ynyshir, helmed by Gareth Ward and renowned for its tasting menu, which features a whopping 30 courses.

Brooklyn is one of four Beckham children, alongside Romeo, 21, Cruz, 18, and Harper, 12. He has been sharing his love for cooking online for a few years now, despite the videos getting some backlash (for instance, for recommending using a whole $25 bottle of avocado oil in a chicken recipe). He remains unphased by the critics, though. In an interview with Insider, Brooklyn said: ‘To be honest, I’m used to the hate. It doesn’t really bother me. Cooking makes me happy. I have more important things to worry about than people saying a little bit of rubbish about me.’


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Brooklyn has spoken about being inspired by his dad’s cooking while growing up, telling Insider: ‘My dad loves cooking… I would be so excited coming home from school and seeing my dad make spaghetti bolognese.’

We also see Brooklyn chatting about food with his dad in the recent Beckham documentary. David is discussing his outdoor barbecue kitchen while cooking a roast chicken, to which Brooklyn interjects: ‘Did you put thyme in there as well?’, with David replying: ‘yes chef!’ with a laugh.

The menu will be available to Uber Eats users in London on 25 and 26 January 2024, from 5 – 10pm, priced from £10 per dish. Uber One users will have pre-access on 25 January 2024.