Sir Robert Child, from the East India Company, is attempting to secure your investment for another one of his grand voyages to the East, and invites you to a sumptuous five-course dinner inspired by his travels. East to Osterley will showcase an evening of gorgeous food sourced from the Orient, quirky goings on and plenty of artsy finesse.
Consider your attendance formally requested.
Luckily for you/us/everyone, those creative cats over at the Art of Dining are back, more fantastical than ever. This time around hosting an event from the National Trust’s opulent Osterley House, they’ll combine imaginative set-design, experimental dining and inventive entertainment to provide their guests with one of London’s most unique supper clubs.
Sounds fancy? You don’t know the half of it.
Taking place in the Long Gallery at Osterley House, the event is hosted by the aforementioned Sir Robert Child; former inhabitant of the manor, and oriental explorer-extraordinaire. Ah, and of course, how could we forget - dear old Robert passed away in 1721.
But that won't stop him; instead, he’ll be on hand to talk guests through the five-course meal, provide a tour around the building, and showcase the best of his wares from his oriental expedition. Think secrets in envelopes, live-entertainment and some seriously tasty food from one of London’s most impressive locations.
Good old Bob, such a trooper.
The Art of Dining's 'East to Osterley' is taking place at Osterley House (Jersey Road, London, TW7 4RD) on select dates in May. Tickets include a five-course meal, welcome drink and all your immersive entertainment. More information and booking available here.