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Are you ready to walk on the wild side, when it comes to your culinary adventures? From July 22nd – 26th there is a daring and spectacular pop up that is all about wild and foraged food. It’s a seriously cool event, not to be missed….
Radical Dining Society    and FIVE have joined forces to create Walk on the Wild Side at Embassy Gardens in Nine Elms. They are taking over the marketing suite of Ballymore’s swish new development next to the soon-to-be American Embassy for a spectacular 5 day pop up celebrating the treasures of wild food dining. The building rises like an illuminated box out of wild gardens. There will be cocktail bars galore and ceviche served in the apartments on the first and second floors and dinner on the roof terrace.
Julia Macmillan, the food alchemist behind this intriguing odyssey possesses a daring approach to food, taste and adventure.  For your delectation and entertainment,  she has choreographed the following: An amazing venue, a gourmet dinner created by a hot chef, unusual cocktails, flowing champagne, cool art, a great DJ and a fantastic roof terrace overlooking the Thames. Now where can you get all that in the East End  – the home of pop ups?  Rising culinary star, Toby Cartwright, will be creating a curious 6 course tasting menu using wild and foraged foods, Harvey Nichols are supplying their own brand champagne, there will be 2 cocktail bars serving daringly distinctive cocktails such as the strawberry scorpion stinger and DJ Tony from Raffles nightclub will be spinning his decks on the roof terrace where you can dine looking out over the river. The walls will be decked with art on the wild theme from up-and-coming artists which will be for sale.
  Tickets are £75 for dinner either at 7.30 or 9pm or general admission, which gives you entrance and a cocktail and a bowl of ceviche for £25
  If you are wildly chic and looking for a culinary adventure, then this is for you.
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