November 1, —It is with great excitement that Teatro ZinZanni announces its twentieth year as a pioneer of its own brand of theatrical, circus arts entertainment. Teatro ZinZanni is a whirlwind of international cirque, comedy, and cabaret served up with… read more.
As Teatro ZinZanni gets ready for the holidays, we are thrilled to announce that we have partnered with the Redmond Town Center this season. Starting on Friday, November 24, Redmond Town Center will host a flurry of fun activities throughout the holiday season.
We have created a promotion for shoppers… read more. Teatro ZinZanni's main event is part circus, part dinner theatre, and always magical.
Described as "the Kit Kat Klub on acid" and "the hottest ticket in town" Teatro ZinZanni is a night out unlike any other. It is a three-hour whirlwind of international cirque, comedy and cabaret artists all served up with a scrumptious multi-course feast and elegant libations Behind the Scenes - Latest News.
Teatro ZinZanni Announces Extension Plans at its World Headquarters Location While Prepping For National Expansion February 27th, The circus arts entertainment pioneers produce a year of new work before taking a brief hiatus to build their new Woodinville-based permanent venue in As above, but more utilitarian in feel and pricing. We've got an exciting series coming up on our social media channels.
Next week we'll be introducing winter recipes, so you can create your Vico favourites at home. Do let us know if there are any recipes in particular you'd like us to share with you. The ultimate test of a theatre-based restaurant is whether you dine there even if you weren't seeing a show. The ingredients are scrupulously sourced and the menu hangs on their quality, with boldly simple dishes like Thai raw salad, smoked haddock and poached eggs, and a variety of tapas options. Choose freely: everything here is designed to be served in time for a quick dash to the show.
You wouldn't take your parents here, or indeed anyone of advancing years. But the pad Thai, spring rolls and curries stirred up by the eponymous, Thai-born proprietor hit the spot at speed and joyfully low prices. The dream. The menu changes; vegetables are treated with as much tenderness as the meat, which is carefully sourced and butchered nose to tail in house. Fresh fish arrives twice daily.
The wines are artisanal. Yet the pub has lost none of its pub-ness with the addition of a damn fine restaurant: on the contrary, the numbers of regulars, the no-frills decor and the pride with which pints are pulled by fast, friendly staff suggest the effect has been quite the reverse. I n an area that has long been in dire need of good grub, A Wong is king. This contemporary, informal-but-serious-about- food Chinese restaurant undoubtedly is. Late eaters should check out the myriad snacks available at Forbidden City, their underground bar.
Thomas Cubitt is steeply priced, but sumptuously creative in the kitchen, where the best of British ingredients meets sophisticated takes on British cuisine. Iron-age pig is delicious, but you will need to give yourself some time.
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The eponymous chef needs no introduction: his round-the-world fusion of flavours, dreamt up with one foot always in Israel, is everywhere, and with good reason. This is life-affirming food. At his flagship Islington restaurant, the sizeable salad counter and the service - which borders on hasty if you are not actually in haste - makes it a perfect pre-theatre spot.
You will need to book, and pronto, because this is popular. Here you'll find the finest fresh pasta London has seen since the Roman times. Stracci with slow cooked sweet onion, thyme and gorgonzola fonduta.
Inspired by my favourite crisp! Coming on the menu very soon Happy Friday everybody! The result, or one of them, is Tapas Brandisa London Bridge. A photo posted by little. A nother theatre, another Corbin and King round the corner.
The food - classic, clean, Parisian - is immaculately presented, and the decor is jubilantly, gleamingly French. The founder is French; his flavours are testament to the fact, being reassuringly traditional.