Whether it‘s the luscious swirls of chocolate in a GAIL’s halva bun, the hand crafted grooves in their granary loaf or the tiger patterned crust of their pain de mie, GAIL’s really knows how to celebrate food and transform it in to glorious edible art.
In October 2009, GAIL’s Artisan Bakery tantalised the taste buds of London’s glitter-art-i with their gastronomically designed menu in the VIP lounge and tempted the greater community of art lovers in the Main Café with a plethora of their incredibly delicious artisan products. Using seasonal and locally sourced raw materials wherever possible, the GAIL’s team of chefs culminated flavours, textures, colours and aromas to transform basic food ingredients into a collage of edible art.
GAIL’s believes that to make truly memorable food it must be soulful and seductive; and as any true ‘foodie’ knows, the process of digestion begins not with the palate but on sensing the aromas, viewing the colours and feeling the textures of the food. GAIL’s believes that the experience of preparing and consuming food is a personal one and although transient should be celebrated like a fine piece of music or wonderful film.
2010 sees our return to the wonderful world of Frieze so drop by and say hi at any of the 3 cafes we'll be running this year. Frieze Art Fair runs from Wednesday 13th October through to Sunday 17th.
For more details go to: www.friezeartfair.com