The Michelin-star experimental restaurants with modern British culinary, has acquired a reputation for precision, theatrical and innovative style of cuisine.
The Fat Duck restaurants was opened by celebrity chef-proprietor Heston Blumenthal in the quaint village of Bray, Berkshire, England in 1995. Since it opened it has become a hugely influential restaurant and has won plaudits for its playful, multi-sensory tasting menu and unusual flavour combinations.
The Michelin-star restaurant experimental dishes, such as the famous snail porridge and egg-and-bacon ice cream, have seen the restaurant win three Michelin stars. Chef Blumenthal’s ‘scientific, theatrical and fun approach to dining’ describes him as a culinary alchemist for his innovative style of cuisine.
Dining at The Fat Duck which seat 42 diners, is a cherish performance. Diners has a map with a magnifying glass to use as they embark on a degustation journey – one of a calming day spent on a childhood holiday and centered on their own personal memories and experiences. The restaurants’s culinary creations bring multi-sensory, visual appeal and some sense of theater to the dining experience. It makes for an utterly magical experience!
Hospitality Type: Restaurants