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Our restaurant is open for take-away, Order a festive meal to take home!
In the memory of Enzo Mari, the godfather of the Maker Movement
As a tribute to the work of communist furniture designer Enzo Mari, we will organise a DIY furniture workshop this Saturday! Come to get inspired by the ideas and designs of the artist, and craft your own Mari creation with tools and scrap-wood from our workshop. Tickets / Facebook
Just as good. Enjoy our dinner at home
Our kitchen is open! Take-away at Mediamatic ETEN
You can now enjoy the food that made our Serres Séparées famous at home. Our chefs Tommaso and Giulia have composed a 4 course dinner that is suitable for take away! Come to pick it up n our restaurant and enjoy an exquisite meal at your own dinner table. As always the menu is seasonal and 100%…
How national is food culture?
A case study of regional food practices in Turkey
We often distinguish food cultures by assigning them a national name. However, national territories are rarely homogenous and, many times, various food cultures exist within the same country. This blog attempts to dig deeper on how we think about food culture by exploring the diversity in regional…
The journey of the coconut
From the Indian Ocean to the Caribbean
Through global trade, the variety of ingredients available to us are close to endless. Even if a food type is not grown in a particular region, it is still available either through trade or growing non-indigenous crops in controlled environments. It is still interesting to contemplate where…
Take a seat and lean in: The poetry of Code Noir
Reflecting on representation and language with Rachel Rumai Diaz
Following the end of the Code Noir dinner series, I had a chat with Rachel Rumai Diaz-- the spoken word artist behind the poetry that breathed life into the culinary journey of our latest Neo-Futurist Dinner. Initially coming together over social media, Rachel and Chef Lelani Lewis collaborated to…
The culinary journey of Code Noir
Told by Lelani Lewis
“Code Noir” is a project that guides its audience along the culinary journey of the cultivation of Caribbean cuisine. The namesake of the immersive dinner is the 17th century manuscript defining the conditions of enslaved people in the French colonial empire.