A couple of months back, a lovely colleague of mine Aurelie, told me about this thing that she went to. It sounded UNREAL! A dining experience like no other. A secret, that even the diners know nothing about until 6pm on their designated day. It is called The Gingerline.
I was devastated when she told me about this amazing experience, a sensory overload, consisting of different themed rooms, a separate one for each of your 4 courses, taking you on a journey and telling a story the whole way round, to then find out the tickets had sold out. BOO!
But guess what……..THEY ARE BACK! And this time they are presenting The Chambers of Flavour. Claiming that it will be their most ambitious and exciting experience to date. Which if you look back at their previous events, is a pretty BIG claim to be making.
Their last experience “The Secret Island” took you on an incredible journey through Singapore, starting off in a jungle where your starters were hanging from the ceiling.
Next you find yourself sat by a lovely little trickling stream where you have to fish for your next course.
Then into someone’s living room…..
Before finishing in a nightclub style future room for dessert!
So after seeing all that it’s safe to say I was just a tad excited for what they had in store for us all next. I signed up immediately for their email updates, and a week or so ago, we got the email we had all been waiting for about The Chambers of Flavour.
As with all the Gingerline events, the concept, the menu, location and experience all remain a secret, but thats all part of the fun. You book completely blind, putting full trust in this amazing experience that they will once again delivery.
What we do know is that date. The Chambers of Flavour launches on 22nd September 2015 and will offer “dinners the chance to delve into sensory overload within five different dining dimensions, sampling five contrasting courses of deliciousness.”
So, if we don’t know any of the details in advance, how on earth does it all work? Don’t worry my little chums, i have all the answers for you!
So, you book (tickets start at £50 and go up to £65), you wait, you get a text, you go to a station, and the rest is taken care of. Tickets go on sale TODAY and will sell out, so if I were you, i would go and check it out right now!!!