A few months back, The Urban Grocer featured a piece on Edible Tales: a culinary concept that calls on diners to become active participants in ‘an unusually tasty experience’. The brainchild of food writers/ creatives, Rachel Khoo and Frankie Unsworth, Edible Tales is all about bringing strangers together in intimate pop-up events for a flash 3 nights.
For us at The Urban Grocer, Edible Tales is exactly the sort of event that makes us swoon; it is a fantastic expression of young foodies pushing forward culinary ingenuity in new and inspired ways.
And after two successful runs in 2010 – one in Sydney and another in Melbourne – Edible Tales is now set to debut its first South American incarnation in Buenos Aires on 25, 26, and 27 February. This time, the theme is set to evolve around the history of writing, papermaking, and bookbinding. Along with Argentine wines, cocktails, and a four-course menu, diners can also expect a plethora of quirky touches (think, edible inks and palatable papers). So skip the tango and head to San Telmo for what promises to be a stellar – and unexpected – treat.