Friday, 25 May 2012

Sponsored Video: The Cube by Electrolux, London

I just know for a fact that London in summer this year is going to be spectacular. For one, the Olympics is hosted here and two, the Queens Jubilee celebrations are the talk of the town. There are events and street parties and all sorts of fun stuff happening around London. The latest addition to this is The Cube by Electrolux, a pop up restaurant on the top of the quintessential Royal Festival Hall in South Bank.

After making its presence felt in Brussels and Milan, Londonites now have the chance to experience this spectacular restaurant, strategically placed in such a way that you have fabulous views of some of the most prominent structures in London. If that's not good enough, then here's the best part, you also get to experience the culinary expertise of Michelin starred chefs like A A Gill, Tom Kitchin, Daniel Clifford, Jonray and Peter Sanchez-Iglesias etc., who will present their unique menu using locally sourced ingredients.

The Cube can house 18 guests at a time and the communal sort of dining experience where all the guests are seated around on large table makes it sort of fun and personal at the same time. As part of the whole experience, each of the chefs would cook in front of you, making it more of an interactive session where they would offer tips and hints on how to create the perfect meal while entertaining at home. 

Open from the 1st of June through September, The Cube is most certainly one of the most unique experiences London will have on offer this Summer. If you are not afraid of heights and want to enjoy food of the utmost quality in a gorgeous setting, then make your bookings right away. And with a bit of planning, you can kill two birds with one stone by booking it on the day of the Queens Jubilee pageant and watch the flotilla from up above. Ah! now that's something worth considering.

This is a sponsored article by Electrolux.


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