Forbidden Taste

Restaurants are boring.

That’s why we’re creating interesting gastronomy experiences in cooperation with the project Forbidden Taste. This pop-up project brings interesting chefs into places where dining is not common at all. So the guests can enjoy a fine dining degustation menu in the middle of a skatepark, in industrial spaces, art galleries or directly on the theatre stage.

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Dinner in the middle of skatepark

Forbidden Taste experiences are always full of surprises. Guests get the sms with a clue how to get to the dinner only on the day of the event. Places are always limited and usually gone in a few minutes after the registration starts.
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“Forbidden Tattoo” – a dessert served directly on your hand became one of Forbidden Taste’s signatures.

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Yes, it’s edible. Feel free to taste.

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Serving panna cotta on a toothbrush? Why not!?

This is a video from POP FOOD ART event:

We even serve people in the streets:

Or our waiters turn into dancers and start a flash mob in the middle of serving you:

There is only one way how to experience the Forbidden Taste. You need to subscribe for the Forbidden Taste newsletter and wait until the next reservations open.

And check Forbidden Taste Pop-up Prague on Facebook and @forbiddentaste on Instagram