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Mustard Catering

Thursday, December 17, 2015 - 11:45

The World Goes Popcorn

In conjunction with 'The EY Exhibition: The World Goes Pop' exhibition at Tate Modern Mustard's chefs put their creative juices into taking art off the walls and putting it on a plate. 

A recent dinner for the exhibition sponsors, EY, at Tate Modern called for a pop art inspired menu and many magnificent creations. 

The dinner took place on the 2nd floor concourse with the reception on the 3rd overlooking the skyline of the Thames. 

The final menu took the shape of:

Seared scallops with white balsamic, broad beans, cucumber and lemon

Seared venison loin, potato fondue, plum chutney, red cabbage, french bean bundle tied with carrot ribbon, cocoa jus

Chocolate & butterscotch popcorn delice (pictured above)

The Sponsors also held a reception where Mustard served tapas and created two experiential pudding stations, pictured below. These were designed to reflect  the unexpected and controversial challenges of the exhibition, featuring an edible washing line, chocolate pizza and atomic jelly milkshakes. 

Some more exciting news is that the new Tate Modern will be opening its doors to the public on 17th June 2016. Watch a video all about it here: Video

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