The beauty lies in the details — Scenography from set design, to costumes, production and scripted lines.
Acquaint yourselves with all the absurdity the space and your tabletop offers.
Outlandish served a total of five dishes to the customers for the evening — Reverie, Censorship, Lust, Marriage, and Patience. To add on to the satirical take of a fine dining restaurant, we offered two more Plated — a juicy plum and melted chocolate dripping down a spanner with no cutlery. The 'sinner' is asked to eat this dish as creatively as possible. Servers leaving the table with a cheeky grin and a quick 'enjoy the meal' to the onlookers on the table, who would soon witness the 'sinner' indulge. Served to the 'dreamer,' Reveire was meant to encourage play, like in our dreams. A shallow bowl with milk was served with three test-tubes filled with red, green, and orange food colouring, and was accompanied with a dropper and a cotton swab dipped in dish soap. The 'dreamer' got a set of instructions, leaving them to 'dream' on their own. Patience — a dish that was meant to test your forbearance by taking ages to reach your table top, often the last to be served. It consisted of a game like Jenga with wafers as some of the game pieces. The idea of the dish was to make the customer 'patiently' pick the wafers out to eat.
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