It may only be around for two weeks, but when this pop up London restaurant and art installation open on 10 October.
Pret A Diner will have culture vultures and foodies alike flocking from miles around, while Steve Lazarides of Lazarides Art Gallery in London has commissioned artists to cerate their own interpretation of the classical mythe The Minotaur within a stunning installation around one of London’s top venues.
A cool collaboration between London Soho art gallery Lazarides and Berlin-based caterer Kofler & Kompanie. Pret a Diner and the Minotaur will be housed in the Old Vic Tunnels.
It will combine a cultural centre with a Michelin-starred restaurant and lounge bar. Lazarides’ exhibition draws on inspiration from the Greek legend of the Minotaur, with a labyrinth-like space showcasing artworks and film, while the restaurant side of things will be headed up by Michelin-starred chefs Nuno Mendes, Matthias Schmidt, Juan Amador and Andreas Caminada. The London pop-up ties in with Frieze Art Fair and the London Restaurant Festival, and is sure to keep us entertained and well-fed in tandem.