St John, the upscale eatery, and Secret Cinema, the impromptu film screening collective, team up to create an exclusive dining experience that combines food with music and art.
St. John, a Michelin-starred restaurant in London, will host a series of pop-up dining events in a mysterious and hidden attic. The location is kept a secret from diners until on the day of their reservation when the address will be revealed in an e-mail.
The Secret Restaurant event will run for a total of 40 nights and the space can seat up to 50 guests. St. John hopes to create a unique dining experience for guests that combines food with music and art. The three-course set dinner menu costs £28.50 per person, with vegetarian options available too. Booking can only be made to Secret Cinema ticket holders.
The clever secret pop-up restaurant idea is from the creators of Secret Cinema. Secret Cinema has been hosting impromptu film screenings in unusual locations around London, such as playgrounds, rooftops, and garages.