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If you thought unicorns didn't exist, think again. If you thought they did exist, and vomited rainbows, think again. They vomit champagne. Obvs.
The centrepiece of a zany new restaurant in Chelsea is the head of a unicorn stuck up behind the bar. When its head is stroked, the mythical creature 'pukes' up champagne — which is then lapped up by willing punters.
The Instagram attention-seeking gimmick is part of Journey — an immersive restaurant opening in October — which promises to take you on "an immersive culinary journey around the globe".
Journey itself is part of Chelsea Funhouse: three levels of indulgence on King's Road, including 1940s-themed bar The Bletchley, and Mr and Mrs Black Espresso Martini bar.
The complex opens in October 2019.
Journey is offering an introductory price of £59 to diners, which includes four courses and four drinks.