Food Review: A Space-Themed Supper Club With B-Movie Menace

By Lydia Manch Last edited 17 months ago
Food Review: A Space-Themed Supper Club With B-Movie Menace
Argghhhh!

Space-themed happenings are afoot at The Art of Dining's new supperclub. The year: 1965. The mission: to colonise Mars. A £55 ticket gets you a cocktail, five courses and a chance to compete for a place on the shuttle. In the world of food-theatre mash-ups, AoD are doing the food half of the formula far better than most of their rivals. Their pop-up kitchen turns out a series of brilliant dishes. The best is the jambalaya, a glazed octopus leg curling out of the baking foil with B-movie menace, but the sticky heat of the Xi'an potatoes and cumin pork's a strong second. We don't get selected to be shot into space, but we do leave very full, and wearing a lot more tinfoil than we arrived in. Operation Red Rocket, 43 De Beauvoir Road, N1 5SQ ★★★★☆ [Tickets still available for 10, 11, and 13 May]

Last Updated 05 May 2017