The brainchild of Belgian artists Filip Sterckx and Antoon Verbeeck, Le Petit Chef has been delighting diners (and social media) since 2015 and with entrepreneur Nadine Beshir, the team launched Dinner Time Stories - a unique unparalleled pop-up restaurant concept that combines projection, creative movie making and an innovative menu. The team created 'Le Petit Chef in the footsteps of Marco Polo', which has already been delighting diners in Dubai and Abu Dhabi and now it's heading to London.
This two-hour dining show tells the story of how the world's smallest chef followed the route of Marco Polo from his home town of Marseille to Arabian and Indian markets, up Mount Everest and across to China. The show’s six-course menu takes the guest along a culinary journey across the regions visited by the legendary traveller as you savour the tastes of the story along its sights, sounds and aromas.
Along with 3D projections, the Marco Polo story also includes props, soundtracks, and scents, which makes guests “breathe the icy air of the Himalayas one moment, and feel hot and heady in an Arabic souk the next”. Dinner Time Story’s producers are now heading to London for a three-month period.