The annual culinary arts event that is the Experimental Food Society Spectacular 2013 is in its 4th annual year now and comprises of a two-day exhibition at the Truman Brewery and a series of ‘Food & Fragrance’ themed banquets at the Cookbook Cafe InterContinental London Park Lane.
Experimental Food Society Spectacular 2013 Exhibition at the Truman Brewery
This exhibit proves to be a must see for any food lover with a breathable tearoom, a wild flower meadow made entirely from sugar, a camera made from edible materials that when cooked form a meal and bitters infused with moisture scientifically extracted from the walls of the Churchill War Rooms being just some of the remarkable items being served up across over 3800 square feet at this years’ Experimental Food Society Spectacular exhibition.
The event will also offer guests an opportunity to meet these pioneering foodies first hand, marvel at their creations, take part in one of the interactive exhibits, sample and eat edible art in addition to experimental elixirs, watch some of the artists as they create their works on site, purchase foodie items, pick up tips on how to get experimental in the kitchen and listen to a talk.
The exhibit takes place Friday 8th November (12pm – 7pm) & Saturday 9th November (10am – 7pm), tickets are priced at £7.00.
Experimental Food Society Spectacular 2013 Banquet at the Cookbook Cafe InterContinental London Park Lane
As well as the spectacular food exhibit guests can also book tickets for a series of ‘Food & Fragrance’ themed banquets at the Cookbook Cafe at InterContinental London Park Lane on Thursday 14th and Friday 15th November, 7.30pm-11.00pm.
It will include a five-course menu created by Food Designers Blanch & Shock, Experimental Psychologist Professor Charles Spence and Food & Fragrance Artist Louise Bloor in collaboration with Paul Bates, Executive Chef at the Cookbook Cafe at InterContinental London Park Lane.
The banquet, which is priced at £90 per person will be accompanied by a range of interactive food experiences and accompanied by a tailored soundtrack courtesy of The Broken Hearts. Tickets for the banquet are only available to purchase online via We Got Tickets.