Fancyyourself a bit of a Heston Blumenthal or just wish he’d invite you round for dinner? Luckily the Experimental Food Society Spectacular exhibition, now in it’s 4th year, at The Truman Brewery, will be offering up more sensory experiences than Heston can wave a piece of foam spit at.
A must-see for food lovers, this spectacular display by Britain’s most talented and pioneering gourmet artists is really quite something. You’ll be able to meet pioneering foodies first hand, take part in some of the exhibitions, watch some of the artist creating their exhibits, pick up tips and tricks, listen to talks and best of all, sample and eat everything edible.
We’re talking wild flower meadows made from sugar, a five-foot replica of the Rialto Bridge made out of pasta, Italian crackers and biscuits, a mosaic depicting a tea picker created using 2500 sugar cubes and a functioning edible camera; you’ll be sure to be amazed and have your taste buds satisfied.
Tickets for the 8th & 9th of November are £7 per person and you can be bought here.
Fri 8th & Sat 9th Nov, 1pm – 7pm
Truman Brewery, 15 Hanbury Street, London, E1 6QR