What: pop-up restaurant
When: Fri 22nd September – Weds 4th October 2017
Where: 19 Greek St, London
A collaboration between wallpaper specialists Graham & Brown and Chef Pedro Passinhas is opening up in the form of a stylish pop-up restaurant in Soho, to coincide with London Design Festival. Off the Wall & Onto the Plate, at the top floor of The House of Wallpaper by Graham & Brown, will serve a seven-course menu inspired by wallpaper, including dishes like metallic paper made from oysters, ‘sheet scallop’ with slow-cooked pork neck, and an edible wallpaper napkin amuse-bouche. It’s only open for twelve nights though so you better snap up those tickets.
“The idea was to somehow translate what I saw from the wallpaper onto a plate of food whilst Keeping the food delicious, seasonal, visually appealing and with a clear connection to the wallpaper theme.
Textures of the plates, colours, materials, and even their weights help establish a link between each dish and the matching wallpaper, helping to create a food narrative, that ties in all of these aspects together.We also wanted to create a meal that would provoke the diners senses, not just the taste but tactile, visual, aromas, making the experience very interactive,” said Passinhas.