Operation Red Rocket

Rose Lipman Building


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19:30 - 23:00
Tickets from £55
Supper Clubs, Food & Drink, Something A Little Different, Themed Nights
Over 18
The Art of Dining Presents...

Operation Red Rocket

A retro futuristic dining experience

The year is 1965. The race to the moon has been won and now the members of the international space community are recruiting astronauts to form the first colony on Mars. The USA, Russia, Japan and China have each chosen a brave adventurer for this incredible quest, but the little known British National Space Laboratory have yet to make their choice. This, courageous diners, is where you come in.

The Art of Dining invite you to step back into the past for a glimpse of an imagined tomorrow. Check into the Operation Red Rocket research lab and meet your host, the world renowned space engineer Professor June Cavendish, who will guide you through an evening of rigorous scientific testing and an epic international five-course menu that is out of this world. 

Sample Menu:

India
Stuffed karela, spiced roasted romanesco and gooseberry chutney

America
Foil baked jambalaya with smoked sausage and glazed octopus

UK
Dehydrated wild garlic, asparagus, pea and broad bean broth with goats cheese

China
Cumin pork ribs with soft boiled tea eggs and Xi’an style potatoes

Russia
Honey cake with sour cream ice-cream and lightly pickled cherries 

Full veggie menu also available 

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Location

Rose Lipman Building
43 De Beauvoir Road, london, N1 5SQ




Terms

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I would definitely recommend this event! The food was deeeeelicious and the whole concept was clever and super fun! Great entertainment and a smashing spacey soundtrack. Bravo!
17 May 2017 by
5

Had such a laugh making space helmets out of tin foil and the whole mars mission set up was kitsch but great value. Food delicious, went home full and happy.
17 May 2017 by
5

I thought the decoration of the community hall was ok though a little tacky and not that imaginative. Food was good for the most part (dessert was not a honey cake as advertised in the menu though - it was a biscuit) but I probably wouldn't go again full price. visited Rose Lipman Building on 12 May 2017
16 May 2017 by
3

Operation Red Rocket was a blast! The food was very good and of a standard you would expect from a Moro trained Chef. The immersive experience was simple but effective - haven't had that much fun with tin foil since forever! Michelle visited Rose Lipman Building on 13 May 2017
15 May 2017 by
5

Food was amazing, especially the spicy pork main. A fun, immersive night! Jo visited Rose Lipman Building on 13 May 2017
15 May 2017 by
4

It was an enjoyable evening and well executed but it lacked the polish of other immersive dining experiences that I have done in London. It was hard to forget that we were in a community hall. The interactive part was good old organised fun. The food was tasty but I wasn't blown away by it, and it was a little too dark to actually see what we were eating! The wine and cocktails were good, and the service was good too. If you haven't done something like this before you should check it out; if you have then it might fail to live up to expectation. visited Rose Lipman Building on 11 May 2017
15 May 2017 by
3

Fun night, delicious food and my friend was selected for the astral trip! Angela visited Rose Lipman Building on 13 May 2017
15 May 2017 by
5

Food was quite average and flowed oddly (fish based course after the main with lots of filling rice), but was overall ok. Service was a little pushy as they had so many long rows of tables to get through and a short time to do it, Props were a little cheap/rushed looking. The picture for advertising also had nothing to do with the event which was a little misleading (it definitely set different expectations in prop quality). If this had been priced in the £30 range i wouldn't bat an eye and say it's good value for a different type of evening but since it is set in the realms of Chambers of flavours pricing I was expecting much more for my money. Overall it was a good night, but I won't be recommending the spend to friends visited Rose Lipman Building on 13 May 2017
15 May 2017 by
3

Disappointing. Food was cold/lukewarm - nothing particularly outstanding to make it worth the money. We left before dessert. Shame - it had so much potential and quite a lot of effort had been put into the theming and entertainment - possibly too much and the food suffered. Kelly visited Rose Lipman Building on 11 May 2017
14 May 2017 by
2

The food was great but there wasn't much entertainment and the location of this place was a bit scary. It was too pricey for what it was. Joanna visited Rose Lipman Building on 12 May 2017
12 May 2017 by
3

Lots of fun. Delicious food. visited Rose Lipman Building on 06 May 2017
08 May 2017 by
4

Warm wine, cold food, distinct lack of entertainment. For almost £60 a head (for food/welcome cocktail) you could have a much, much better meal in a thousand different London restaurants. Don't waste your time or money, rubbish. If you want an immersive dining experience the Chamber of Flavours is a million times better. FIONA visited Rose Lipman Building on 06 May 2017
08 May 2017 by
1

Was a fun evening, but I was disappointed by the food given I have such positive memories of eating at Moro. I paid £37 at the discounted rate pp, but at £50+ full price that was not what I would have expected. Raffs101 visited Rose Lipman Building on 06 May 2017
08 May 2017 by
3

Excellent food, nice atmosphere, I liked the space theme Nikolas visited Rose Lipman Building on 06 May 2017
08 May 2017 by
5

The food was excellent and more of the centrepiece than the gimmicks, but those were a really fun backdrop to enjoy a gourmet meal. Great value for money and the atmosphere was quirky without being too much. Only the pork ribs a tad ovecooked but otherwise can't fault the food and excellent cocktails and wine. Avantika visited Rose Lipman Building on 05 May 2017
07 May 2017 by
5

Fun environment, especially if you enjoy eighties synth. Food was okay 👍 abrar.a visited Rose Lipman Building on 05 May 2017
07 May 2017 by
4

Slightly disappointed al- food was not fantastic and the entertainment was slightly childish at times. Good effort but think there is plenty of room for improvement visited Rose Lipman Building on 05 May 2017
07 May 2017 by
3

Great fun, great food. All round a very enjoyable evening Maria visited Rose Lipman Building on 29 Apr 2017
02 May 2017 by
5

Totally brilliant! Loved it. Another artofdining triumph. Out of this world decor, delicious food, entertainment... Phoebe visited Rose Lipman Building on 27 Apr 2017
29 Apr 2017 by
5

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