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Come 'dyne' with Cuisine+Colour at Watershed

Posted on Thu 13 Aug 2015

Join us for something a little different on Fri 21 Aug when Cuisine+Colour are hosting an unusual bespoke sit-down meal here at Watershed, where colour is delicious and cuisine is to dye for – and you’re invited to devour their divine creations!

Inspired by fine dining, guests are encouraged to celebrate and enjoy dinner as a visual spectacle. You will dine on four secret courses all created in collaboration with our chefs. A group of 40 adventurous diners will take their seats at a long banquet table, topped with a white tablecloth and connecting napkins. The tablecloth becomes the canvas for this special event and stains are positively encouraged. What sort of artwork will you create during your dining experience?

Satiated guests will have a unique ‘aftermath’ portrait taken - so come and create your own colourful chaos and we’ll record the result. A professional portrait of you with your art will be sent to you after the event.

Cuisine+Colour is designed by a talented team of visual artists from Motley Collective and artisan chefs, and transforms dining into an artistic experience by serving dishes full of vibrant colour, all made from natural ingredients.

James Taljaard, Watershed’s General Manager says:

“Following our sold out Moorish street food feast, we are continuing to experiment with how we animate Watershed’s spaces. We’re very excited to invite Cuisine+Colourto use our wonderfully welcoming Café/Bar to do something a little bit different, and I’m sure that this will appeal to the adventurous tastes of Watershed customers.”

Sabrina Shirazi of Cuisine+Colour says:

“At Cuisine+Colour we love working with chefs who are excited by re-working traditional menu ideas and pairing unusual ingredients, and we can’t wait to see what Watershed customers will create with our edible colours. Come and get involved with our interactive messiness.”

There’s been some excellent feedback from customers at past events, a sample of the latest comments includes: “I feel empowered and more relaxed about communal eating” and “It really changed the way I feel and eat food.”

Tickets (at £35.00 per head) include four courses, a complimentary welcome drink courtesy of Bombay Sapphire and a mini hamper of local foodie treats (both meat eaters and vegetarians will be catered for, but this event is not suitable for those with other dietary requirements).

Get your tickets now from www.cuisineandcolour.com