Kitchen Theory pops up in West London

All the exciting pop ups seem to be in the urban east of london and so it is a red letter day when we spot one near Notting Hill. Kitchen Theory has popped up in Maida Hill (not quite Notting Hill but there is a hill in it and it is west) with a series of multi-sensory dinners and lunches under the banner ‘Synaesthesia’. On this weekend and then every OTHER weekend until the end of June. I imagine you will have to book as they only cater for 14 at a time and it costs £56 for a mammoth and mouth watering seven courses, or £32 for a four course lunch on Saturdays only. Expect quite a different eating vibe as you will be given a fun insight into the world of synaesthesia – the neurological phenomenon which cross connects the senses and is thought to affect three per cent of the population (including me). Expect to be stimulated, informed, amused and delighted and probably a bit stuffed. Oh and they have popped up in a gaff called Maida Hill Place. synaesthesia-by-kitchen-theory-tasting

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