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Introducing Le Petit Chef delivering food and geography in Shoreditch, London

As the digital age progresses so does the way we dine and experience food. Introducing the Le Petit Chef. After its successful Dubai and the United Arab Emirates debut, this Dinner Time Story comes to show in London, in diverse Shoreditch.

Launching in October 2017 with its Silk Road pop-­up dining experience, Le Petit Chef – In The Footsteps Of  Marco  Polo,  Dinner  Time  Story, takes guests on  a  journey in the footsteps of Marco  Polo from Marseilles to Arabia, India, the Himalayas to China whilst delivering you tastes and spices discovered along the way.

During the dinner show, guests are seated, as you would in a normal restaurant,  however, this is where the similarities end. Each guest will be faced with their very own 3D animated show, taking place on top of their tablecloth, right under their knife and fork. As well as a tiny-­sized chef moving around his table, muttering in French cooking up delicious concoctions, guests will experience birds, boats, and fire-­breathing dragons.

Whilst we think Le Petit Chef is definitely worth experiencing as it takes up a three-month residency at TT Liquor on Kingsland Road, E1, we think food offering could be a lot better, especially with a £95 per head cover.

Dinner Time Story is currently running 9 times a week at The World Trade Club in Dubai and 12 times a week at  The  Ritz  Carlton in  Abu Dhabi. Expansion plans for China and Scandinavia are already underway.

See more Via their website. TT Liquor, 17B Kingsland Rd, London E2 8AA

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