Aptly dubbed the 200 Club, the restaurant will serve a daylong meal (from September 3-4) that will be color-coordinated to appeal to all design-forward food fanatics. The pop-up is split into 10 different meals of 20 dishes each, with tickets for individual seatings starting at £49 ($76) on Bespoke. The Standard did some quick math and came to the conclusion that the entire 24-hour meal — for those who opt to go the entire way — will cost around an outstanding £1,000 ($1,564) and that a single course will average seven minutes and 14 seconds. We’re not even sure if there will be time for bathroom breaks.
The Bespoke site states that the dishes will be bite-sized and that diners can “expect a tactile experience, with surprising presentation and intriguing ingredients.”
Check out the full menu below:
Yellow Breakfast: A morning repast that zings with citrus, caffeine and craft. This culinary explosion will hybridize flavours of the East and West in a high-energy, high-end display of homely food love.
White Elevenses: A British tradition bejewelled in surreal sparkle. Expect custards, shortbread, quiches, clouds of confection sugar and a dreamy sweet vision of the classic treats.
Green Lunch: This meal will be a rustic yet refined version of the garden snacking of yore. Look forward to leafy eating including the freshest greens, meats and cheeses, plus a procession of fluorescent jellies.
Blue Afternoon Snack: A powerhouse of flavour for the lazy hours of the day. Taste an otherworldly array of vibrant and dusty turquoises in the form of naturally tinted roots and skilfully prepared fish.
Purple Five O’Clock Tiffin: Rooted in the wild and rich darkness of summer, enjoy ingredients such as wild game and dark summer fruits. Dishes will speak to simple food traditions reinterpreted with modern culinary craft.
Pink Dinner: Forget “trendy” food items like burgers or hot dogs. Your table will be buzzing with eye-popping fuchsia, cured meats, and smouldering wood smoke.
Red Party Time: A sultry explosion of party vibes and hot weather flavours. You’ll see Australian and Asian influences, balancing classic spice and tropical tangs with modern style.
Orange Drunchies: The extension of a great night out. Expect contradicting textures, bleeding edge techniques, and lashings of moreishness to tantalise the palate.
Brown Blackout: Indulge in a meal of carnal urges – sweet, hot and savoury dishes. The chef will keep you on your toes with coffee, chocolate, black garlic, squid ink, soy sauce, and liquorice.
Multicolour Final Countdown: A communal carousal of globally-inspired festival food. Mark the culmination of the 200 Club with a multinational flavour and colour explosion, using vibrant colours with grand presentations.