Berlin Food Art Week – Where to Eat!
By Sarah Luisa Santos . June 19, 2015
Berlin Food Art Week is kicking off next week, with many exhibitions, performances, dining experiences, workshops and much more!
We are profiling some of the artists at BERLIN LOVES YOU, but here’s an overview of where to eat during the event (please be aware some places have limited tickets, better book before!):
WHERE TO EAT
Sink you teeth into Berlin Food Art Week!
EVERYDAY LUNCH – Mo. to Fr. from 12pm to 3pm
The kitchen as artistic space Agora Cooks is a residency program that frames the kitchen as an artistic studio where one can perform research and expand their knowledge. Resident chefs will create a special festival menu.
EVERYDAY LUNCH – from 12pm to3pm
Artist and Chef de cuisine at Prinzessinnengärten, Pierre Lejeune is cooking a special menu for BFAW with organic, local and fair products.
EVERYDAY LUNCH – from 12pm to 3pm
Unique still life lunches, served at Canteen 55, are rounding off the program during the entire week. Neither still, nor untouchable, these meals enable the visitors to go beyond the scope of art. Our visual senses are pleasurably being tested while in the arena of the other senses – that are rarely applied in the exhibition context of spiritual nourishment – an optical illusion is unfolding on the palate. Food as art, art as food, and nourishment of all senses at the heart of art experience.
EVERYDAY DINNER – from 6pm
Special 3 courses Food Art Menu with Food pairing cocktail. BFAW readers get 20% discount.
EVERYDAY DINNER – from 6pm to midnight
Internationally acclaimed Sauvage is the world’s first restaurant to offer a menu based exclusively on the cuisine of the Paleolithic diet. The Paleolithic kitchen is a groundbreaking vision of ancestral nutrition: modern cuisine using only finest-quality ingredients that are 100% organic, grain-free, gluten-free, and homemade.
20 June, 7pm – Reading Performance + dinner on Mark Twain. Cooking by Esskultur.
21 June, 11am – Reading + Arabian Brunch on Sinbad the Sailor. Cooking by Esskultur.
26 June, 7pm – Reading on “Kitchen” from Banana Yoshimoto + sushi prepared by your self and Katsudon served by Esskultur.
25 JUNE, 7:30pm
Acclaimed Chef Maria Solivellas and awarded artist Albert Pinya, invite to an unique food art experience.
SABINE HUECK STUDIO
25 June, 7pm – Cooking by brazilian Chef Sabine Hueck and artist Barbara Marcel.
26 June, 6pm – Artist Pepe Dayaw interprets “spice routes” .
24 JUNE, 7pm – Filipino inspired pop-up kitchen. Cooking by artist Pepe Dayaw.
20 June, 7pm – Five courses will be accompanied by crooked misfits and delicious stories.
23 June, 7pm – Dinner in relation to the exhibition. Cooking by Bon Bock.
23 June, 7pm – Dinner with local producers and farmers. By artist and Chef Pierre Lejeune.
26 June, 7pm – Speisekino – Cinema and dining.
19, 24, 26 June, 8pm – Dinner in relation to the exhibition “The endangered species recipe book”.
For more information on events, to purchase tickets and to RSVP to free events, visit Eventbrite.
Due to limited seats we highly recommend you to make your reservation as soon as possible.
For a whole week the visitors of the BFAW will discover the intersection between creativity and food culture in Berlin. Through performances, dinner events and exhibitions the audience will experience how food can become a medium for art works and make the exchange of thoughts and emotions possible.
Be very welcome!