‘I feel like a kid,’ I squealed as I rolled into a rather small compartment with others following suit.
Normally, dining out is made to make you feel all ‘adult’ but if you head to Gingerline’s Chambers_ the reverse happens, as you’re encouraged to play with your tastebuds and escape the confines of a clothed table, knife and fork.
The whole dining extravaganza is a closely guarded secret, so I can’t give too much away.
But one thing I can promise is a sensory adventure that you certainly won’t forget.
The multi-course immersive dinner takes place in different universes, ranging from the sublime to the ridiculous.
Flat shoes are encouraged and skirts are not advisable, as I previously mentioned, you could find yourself rolling around at some points throughout the night…
Another thing I can reveal is that there is a theme running throughout, with participants required to help solve a dreamt-up conundrum.
I’ve been to the majority of Gingerline’s productions and I have to say that this was one of the best organised and imaginative shows yet.
The pace was on point, with slick performances introducing each new dish.
On the food front, the menu is nice and varied, with some kooky ingredients thrown into the mix.
Vegetarians and vegans are catered for and no one will leave feeling hungry.
To ease into the surreal swing of things, be sure to indulge in some of Gingerline’s punchy alcoholic concoctions before heading off on your culinary adventure.
There are a number of different cocktails to choose from, plus wine, and you can take these along for the ride.
You may well feel drunk without alcohol however, given the joviality and bizarreness of it all!
So, if you’re looking for something with a bit more razzmatazz than your standard restaurant, I dare you to explore Gingerline’s loopy lair.
You’re definitely in for a tasty treat!
For more information on Chambers_ and to book tickets visit www.chambersofflavour.co.uk