• News: Electrolux launches The Cube pop-up restaurant

    by  • June 26, 2012 • News • 1 Comment

    Pop-up restaurants are popping up everywhere at the moment. Well they would be wouldn’t they? But Electrolux have taken things to a higher level – quite literally – by plonking one on top of the Royal Festival Hall in London.

    THE CUBE | ELECTROLUX | GIRL ABOUT TECH

    Open until the 30th September, The Cube seats just 18 guests for two sittings a day (one for lunch and one for dinner), with the likes of Sat Bains and Tom Kitchin cooking and serving seasonal dishes from the open-plan kitchen – guests can even help with the plating up.

    It’s all to ’celebrate 90 years of professional expertise’. Because it may surprise you to know (well, it did me) that 50% of the Michelin starred chefs in Europe use Electrolux appliances in their professional kitchens.

    Sittings cost from £175 per person, with a Champagne reception, a minimum of six courses and wine – not exactly credit-crunch friendly, then. But if you’re a real foodie with a bit of spare cash, you won’t be disappointed, as I discovered when I was lucky enough to drop in for a lunch cooked by Daniel Clifford.

    Oh believe me, it’s not just the views that are to die for. And between courses of Crispy Hen’s Egg with Grilled Asparagus, and Roast Quail, Summer Peas and Sautéed Girolles (I’m still salivating a week later), Daniel chatted to me about his favourite appliance from Electrolux’s new Inspiration line-up, detailed in my next post…

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