Global Feast is a unique dining experience – a journey through the best of world food, enwrapped by its contours. The centrepiece of the event is Worldscape, a giant sculptural model of the world 15-metres long, 6 metres wide and over 2 metres tall – an installation doubling as both table and seating.
Each of 20 successive evenings during the London Olympics, 80 guests gather at the Old Town Hall in Stratford – the closest venue to the Olympic Park – to travel through the cultures and cuisines of the entire world. Each guest dines in a unique part of the sculptural space – sitting on its oceans, dining off its coastlines, illuminated by its cities, enshadowed by its mountains.
The banquet is constantly reinvented as the menu shifts further east each night, serving a new slice of the world’s culinary highlights, interspersed with entertainment intermezzi. The collected courses represent the best of both the wider world and local London – celebrating the genius, talent, and panoramic cultural heritage of our supper-club chefs, all within a delicious menu created by the doyenne of underground restaurants, Kerstin Rodgers (The Underground Restaurant).
Source: Global Feast