London’s Global Feast 2012
Organised by the creative foodies, ‘Latitudinal Cuisine’, guests will gather at the Old Town Hall in Stratford to travel through the cultures and cuisines of the entire world, tasting a different specialty each night. Culinary themes range from everything such as British cuisine, to Malaysian, to Northern European cuisine.
Each night, according to the Global Feast team, guests will be “sat around a huge table shaped as the world, eighty guests will sit on its oceans and dine off its coastlines, illuminated by its cities and enshadowed by its mountains.”
Some of our favourite guestaurants will be hosting dinner events as a part of Global Feast 2012, here are some excepts from the Global Feast schedule:
Moel Faban — Friday 27th July, British (Olympic Opening Ceremony)
Guest Chef: Denise Baker-Mclean from the Moel Faban Secret Supper Club is our Welsh guest chef for British night. Denise won the Welsh regional heats on Britains Best Dish last year and received a nomination for the North Wales local food hero awards in 2011.
The White Room Supper Club — Saturday 28th July, Northern European
Guest Chef: Claudia Stachelhaus from The White Room Supper Club will be our second guest chef tonight. The Whiteroom Supper Club is an intmate underground restaurant set up by Claudia in 2010 when she decided to take a break from her banking career. Since then, in her stylish and trendy Shoreditch apartment, she has run countless supper clubs and private parties, each time enchanting her guests with seasonal European food with a German twist.
Chai Lounge Supper Club — Friday 3rd August, Indian / Bangladeshi / Pakistani
Guest Chef: Meena from Chai Lounge Supper Club in Edinburgh is the first our guest chefs tonight. Chai Lounge is Edinburgh’s first Indian supper club, serving home style Indian cooking using locally sourced ingredients.
Ceviche — Sunday 12th August, Western South America
Guest Chef: Martin Morales founder of Ceviche restaurant in Soho is our guest chef on Western South America night. Ceviche offers the very best that Peruvian cuisine and drinks have to offer. Created by Martin by sheer frustration that there were no great Peruvian restaurants in Britain, he launched the restaurant in February 2012. It is the first Ceviche restaurant in UK and features the first Pisco bar in Europe.
Tickets range from £55-£100 per person. Visit this direct link to see the full schedule and book tickets http://globalfeast2012.com/book-your-trip ( scroll below the map).
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