Back in 5 Minutes by The Disappearing Dining Club Back in 5 Minutes by The Disappearing Dining Club
Back in 5 Minutes by The Disappearing Dining Club Back in 5 Minutes by The Disappearing Dining Club
Back in 5 Minutes by The Disappearing Dining Club Back in 5 Minutes by The Disappearing Dining Club

Tuck in: Brick Lane's hidden diner

30 : 08 : 2012 Restaurant : Interiors : Cuisine

London – Pop-up dining collective The Disappearing Dining Club has opened its first permanent restaurant, Back in 5 minutes.

Located on Brick Lane in London, the restaurant is discreetly hidden at the back of a designer clothes shop. Diners must walk to the back of the store and peek through a black curtain to see the dining area. The space accommodates up to 30 diners and is designed in a quintessential 50s style, complete with mid-century alarm clocks, leather chairs and shelves.

The dining experience varies from day to day. On Wednesdays visitors are offered a set three-course sharing meal while on Fridays an à la carte menu is available.

For more information about embracing a new kind of space squatting, read our Seagrass Innovate, or come along to LS:N Global’s autumn/winter 2012 Trend Briefing to hear about symbiotic futures.

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