What Is It?
What would happen if inter-dimensional instances entwined? If the boundaries between separate realities became blurred, if there was a convergence of culinary continuums? Well, intrepid travellers… step this way.
Until recently, galloping through the gateways of multi-dimensional gastronomy was a notoriously rickety ride. The art of inter-dimensional exploration was simply not a stable soirée… that was until the elegant engineering of our magnificent Machine; a very special contraption of spectacular proportion and one that opened unprecedented access to the realms of the uncertain.
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Moving through our magical dining machine from parallel reality to parallel reality, each containing a course of food.
Check out the video of The Chambers of Flavour version 1.0 here:
First designed in 1882 by eminent flavourologist and crack-pot inventor, Sir Lionel Stirling Grey, ‘The Machine’ enabled safe passage for all intrepid explorers through the portals of the peculiar. A fanatical philanthropist and ever-eager appetitist, Sir Lionel possessed an unwavering expectation of home-like hospitality wherever he ventured.
The Machine lay undiscovered for more than a century until our crack team of engineering operatives stumbled upon its existence by sheer accident while scouting locations for one-dimensional dining revolutions and restored it to its former glory.
Having been originally a steam-powered prototype, it’s now powered by the kinetic energy of our very intelligent (but also very fit) egg-head engineers. And with advancements in technology, we’ve been able to create the world’s only sequential shield separator and aesthetically pleasing ‘destination dinnertime’ design.
Inter-dimensional exploration is not something to be taken lightly, fellow travellers. Oh no. It’s a science that unravels the expectations of the singular, a phenomenon of fantastical proportions. Many a factious foe wishes ill upon our machine, to find it and to destroy it! But there are many, like us, who have sworn an oath to protect it.
All those who venture inside are invited to join our ranks and required to uphold our code of secrecy and to become a fully-fledged member of our elusive, Chambers Alumni.
Each group, or time slot, has a maximum number of 16 tickets. You are welcome to buy tickets from different time slots, however you will then be dining in separate groups at separate times. Tickets cannot be transferred to different time slots or different dates after purchase.
While you travel through dimensions, the team of egg-head engineers operating the machine need to track your trajectory from one world to the next. If colours mix, confusion ensues, causing fragmentation of friends and divides amongst dining dimensions. Disaster! To combat this, we require your careful choice of attire.
While entry will not be refused to guests who choose not to dress up, we heartily encourage it and have been known to spontaneously offer rewards to those whose dress takes our fancy...
Oh, it will be different. Very different.
You will again be entering a magnificent inter-dimensional travelling machine, but it has been recalibrated so five new parallel realities will be experienced. Plus the entire adventure lasts longer and is more involved. And it’s better. And tastier. Did we mention that? And there’s no ball pit ocean this time. Or is there? Who knows?
You will be able to enter dietary requirements during the booking process. If you need to update these you can do so by emailing email@example.com
Provided you let us know at least 48-hours in advance we can usually cater for all dietary requirements, but requests on the night are a strict no-no.
For those with serious food allergies, please see our Terms and Conditions and be aware that while we do our best, we cannot guarantee any menu is 100% free of allergens.
The Chamber of Flavour does require moving through small spaces, climbing and a teensy bit of crawling. Therefore an alternative path through the experience will be provided for those with mobility requirements or wheelchairs.
If you do have any mobility issues you must email us immediately once booked so that we can make any necessary preparations.
Please also feel free to contact us in advance to discuss your requirements. You can do so at firstname.lastname@example.org
You should receive the location text at 4pm, but very occasionally the gremlins in the ether stop it getting to you. Should this happen, just give us a call on the emergency number stated on your ticket and in your email confirmations: 020 7613 2332
Please note this number is for on-the-night emergency contact only and will only be manned from 4pm, Tues-Saturday. For any other enquiries please contact email@example.com
The Chambers bar area will be open from 5pm, however You should arrive no later than the arrival time stated on your ticket. The complexity of the event means, late comers will not be granted entry, so make sure you arrive on or before the arrival time stated on your ticket.
Our bar area closes at 11pm, however you will finish the dining experience 2 ¼ hours after your booked arrival time.
The Chambers of Flavour are hidden in a secret location somewhere along the East London Overground line (between Highbury and Islington to Canada Water). For those of you who are Alumni, you will know where we are already.
Yes, please notify us in advance if any member of your group has photo-sensitive epilepsy. You can do so by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org