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APPETITE FOR DESIGN: Eating Experience Programme

28.04.15
APPETITE FOR DESIGN: Eating Experience Programme

As part of Appetite for Design exhibition curators, Designgoat, invite chefs, food designers and artists to create a series of Eating Experiences, presented in the National Craft Gallery.

Each individual Eating Experience will be a totally different culinary encounter; showcasing seasonal, wonderful and bizarre foods. Booking for the Eating Experience series is through Eventbrite.com, limited places available.

Eating Experience 3 with The Culinary Counter
Sunday 7 June, 4pm.
The Culinary Counter, run by chefs Mark Moriarty and Ciaran Sweeney, aims to break down barriers between the kitchen and the customer. An exciting theatrical tasting menu will be served from these young brilliant chefs. See menu below and book here.

Mark Moriarty was named San Pellegrino best young chef in the UK and Ireland for 2015, his signature dish celeriac baked in barley and fermented hay will be served on the night. 

{Special Kilkenny accommodation package for this event (subject to availability). Just quote your Event Brite Eating Experience Confirmation Order Number when booking the 4 Star Pembroke Hotel (by phone or email) to receive a room for two for the discounted price of €99 total for Sun 7th June, incl B&B, car parking and complimentary use of the Watershed Leisure Complex.}

Menu for June 7th event

Eating Experience 4 with Dublin Pop-Up
Saturday 20 
June, 6.30pm.
Cúán Greene and Harry Colley of Dublin Pop-Up offer innovative and extraordinary fine dining catering experiences, which play with traditional dining formats through dramatic food and unique locations. Book here.

Booking for the Eating Experience series is through Eventbrite.com, limited places available.
Unfortunately, special dietary requirements cannot be accommodated.


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Previous Eating Experiences that have taken place include:

Eating Experience 1 with Barry Fitzgerald
Sat 9 May, 6.30pm
Former Head Chef of Etto, Dublin and of Michelin-starred the Hardwood Arms, London; Barry’s style of food is seasonal, creative, uncomplicated and approachable.

 
The first in a series of Eating Experiences presented as part of Appetite for Design an exhibition curated by Designgoat. The first chef in this series is Barry FitzGerald.  Barry FitzGerald began his cooking career in Dublin, aged 23, working first in Mint restaurant.  He then moved to London for six years where he worked for Wild Honey, St John and The Harwood Arms, all of which have a Michelin star. As head chef at the Harwood Arms, he retained their Michelin star for two consecutive years. Now based in Dublin again, he was the opening chef for the critically acclaimed Etto on Merrion Row and also played a major part in the restaurant gaining a Michelin Bib Gourmand in 2014. He is currently taking time out to spend with his new young family and to plan his own venture which he hopes to open this year. Barry’s style of food is seasonal, creative, uncomplicated and approachable. 
This eating experience is BYOB. View the menu .
 
 
FUTURE EATING EXPERIENCES

Eating Experience 2 with The Domestic Godless
Sat 23 May, 6.30pm
The Domestic Godless, explore the potential of food, through its taste, its presentation, its history and its cultural values, as a vehicle for irreverent artistic endeavour and experimentation.

Menu for 23rd May event