This November, the Experimental Food Society has set up a four-day spectacular packed with events for the extreme foodie hiding inside of you.
On 16-17 November, the Society is putting on an exhibition of interactive installations, samplings and talks by artists ranging from butter sculptors to food landscape artists and culinary
magicians. Guests can enjoy (and eat) a levitating sculpture of food, watch designer Fernando Laposse create glasses made from sugar, or admire a five-foot replica of the Rialto Bridge, which spans
Venice’s Grand Canal, made from pasta.
On 19 November, 120 diners are invited to take part in a multi-sensory dining experience comprised of a secret five-course menu designed by the Society. Closing the week on 23 November is a talk at
the V&A Museum where the Society will give the audience a behind-the-scenes look into the ins and outs of the foodie extravaganza.
Tickets for the exhibition are £5 per day and £90 for the banquet; both can be bought here. To reserve your free ticket for the talk on 23 November,
visit the V&A Museum’s website.