CHAMBER OF FLAVOURS V2
CHAMBERS OF FLAVOUR V1 / V2
The machine is none other than a gateway to multi-dimensional gastronomy, obviously. The steam-powered machine dates back to 1882. It was built by intrepid explorer and inventor sir Lionel Stirling grey as a part of his quest for flavourlogical exploration. Once posted inside the machine amidst a puff of steam and a whirl of gears you were transported to a set of alternate dimensions. The first being a soft and pink, enchanted orchard, with unusual flora and fauna. Large feathered birds, and pastel coloured lichen, and a baron who has sworn to never touch the ground, foraged food presented in birds nests with tree bark accompaniment.
Finished off with a secret exit through a tree stump. The other rooms designed by Rosie Clarke, Natasha piper and Jane Janey, were a taste bud twisting cacophony of ghastly dining hall banquets, a palette cleanser of cloud in a ball Pool Sea. Not to mention a PanAm style airplane flight with 70s cocktail inspired desert. glamorous drag air hostess performance, and the inside of a crash test dummies’ nightmare, an infinity room with engine soup. You can see what went on here-