Global Feast

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This dining experience for London 2012 takes participants on a culinary journey through world cuisine. Each evening of the Olympics 80 diners, sitting round a large table sculpted to resemble the continents, feast on a four-course banquet reflecting a different region. Menus include British night and Northern Europe night, moving eastwards round the globe to end with Brazil night as a symbolic handover to the 2016 Games. The event is organised by Latitudinal Cuisine and co-hosted by Kerstin Rodgers of the Underground Restaurant. Among the 20 chefs involved are Martin Morales of Ceviche and Anna Hansen of The Modern Pantry. Booking essential.

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Kate

Went to global feast last night after reading rave reviews, very disappointed with the night. The table was beautiful and the concept fantastic but that's where it ended. Central American night consisted of tortilla chips with dips, starter of burnt sweetcorn and another flour tortilla, main was a tuna steak with a further tortilla, and pudding was chocolate cake. We sat down and another group were late and wanted to sit together so we got moved... I ended up where there was no place setting, probably because it wasn't a seat as no one could fit legs under the table so I sat with my back to he table all night. The entertainment was a dancer who was a friend of the organiser and it all felt like a huge vanity project for his cronies who incidentally had reserved themselves the best seats. Nice idea but hugely disappointing reality and if you are a real foodie I would take your not insignificant Fee elsewhere.

Melissa BB

I have been to two already and am figuring out how to attend more. Not to be missed. Gorgeous table, napkins, décor and the food is exceptional.

YJ Pankhurst

I was there last night. This is a once in a lifetime opportunity to experience the genius, creativity, eccentricity, daring and openness of modern London. Alex Haw of Latitudinal Cuisine is the Danny Boyle of London's underground restaurant scene, & Global Feast is his 'opening ceremony'. Don't miss it. You will be amazed.