Unique dinner experience in 3D comes to Stockholm

By on December 20, 2017

After success in Dubai, London and Berlin, the world’s smallest chef, Le Petit Chef, will enter in Sweden and on At Six. The innovative dinner concept Dinner Time Story is celebrating its fourth launch in the world, offering a whole new experience where gastronomy and technology meet. Through advanced 3D technology and storytelling, guests can accompany a culinary journey with flavors, ingredients, sounds and light. The pop up restaurant opens the doors at At Six in February and stays for two months.

Dinner Time Story tells the story of Le Petit Chef who goes out into the world on a culinary journey in the footsteps of Marco Polo. By technique called skull mapping creates a 3D illusion, where the 58 millimeter tall cook makes an entrance to the dinner table. The scene changes with the different chapters of history, ranging from Marseille to France across the sea to Arab food markets and further to the Himalayan mountain peak, the journey creates a sense of a real experience. During the two-hour dinner, a six-course menu is served interpreted by the Dining Room at At Six in Stockholm.

– We are making an international trip with Dinner Time Story and the world’s smallest chef. We are incredibly happy to launch the concept in Sweden, which has a curious market with great food interests. Our choice to collaborate with At Six felt very natural as they are at the forefront of to define the future’s experiences, says Nadine Beshir, founder and CEO / Show Producer at the Dinner Time Story.

Stockholm is the first in Scandinavia and the fourth stop in the world for Le Petit Chef. From Dubai to London and Berlin – and now at At Six in Sweden. Dinner Time Story is planning to stop all over the world and the pop-up restaurant has made great success with high demand and full-time seats since its launch in Dubai in early 2017.

– Now I speak for the entire At Six, we are super proud to be the venue for such an innovative and original experience as Le Petit Chef. I’m convinced that this will attract the creating joy in the kitchen and we’ll see a menu like not only impresses but also offers as innovative flavors as technology solutions, says Henrik Jakobsen, F&B Director at At Six.

In each city, the restaurant and its chef make their own interpretation of the menu and stage building to the story. In Stockholm, gastronomic height is expected to be designed by Executive Chef Andreas Askling. During the trip, a six-course menu will be served, filled with surprises for all five senses – impressions where the guests’ eyesight, hearing, sense, smell and taste will interact.

Bookings for Dinner Time Story Stockholm opens January 9th and the pop-up restaurant at At Six will be held every Friday and Saturday starting February 9, 2018.

Helena Olofsson, Food & Beverage | Stockholm