A new pop-up brunch club is landing in Deptford where top chefs will serve up their twist on the weekend classic.

Deptford Brunch Club will run every weekend until the end of October with a different chef each week dishing out grub in two sittings at 10am and 12pm.

The capital’s best chefs and street food entrepreneurs will attend the club which is kicked off by newcomers Hot Skillet on July 6 in a marquee on Giffin Square outside the Deptford Lounge.

Director of Hot Skillet Dan Warrillow, said: “We’re honoured to be launching the Deptford Brunch Club.

“We’re on a mission to introduce the skillet to Londoners by putting a British twist on the great American all-day brunch.

“Soon the flavoursome dish of meat, vegetables, eggs and potatoes thrown into a frying pan or skillet and served with hot sauce and corn bread will become as popular as the burger or burrito.”

The brunch club is the latest Lewisham Council-run pop-up venture following the Catford Canteen and Catford Broadway Supper Club which the council teamed with food portal The Grub Club to deliver.

Grub Club founder Olivia Sibony said: “This is the third project we’ve worked with Lewisham Council on.

“It’s so refreshing to work with a local authority that’s aware of the importance of food in bringing communities together, creating new jobs and supporting business growth.”

Tickets for the first brunch on July 6 are £12 and must be bought in advance from grubclub.com/the-deptford-brunch-club.

You can follow the project on Twitter at @deptfordbrunch