The Domestic Godless open their anarchic travelling kitchen to the public, providing food and drink samples at the edge of credulity.
With an utter disregard for culinary fashions and trends, the Domestic Godless will be coming to Waltham Forest to get busy in the kitchen and search to answer the following questions:
What do you do when the supermarket shelves are empty and your only larder is the local swamp? How does a little selective breeding turn an invasive pest into the next gastronomic delicacy? How can a simple mind-numbing drink counter a potential population explosion?
The results of this immersion into the nature of existence and more may be answered at Café Abyss, the latest manifestation of a travelling eating experience that has seen them working in dilapidated luxury hotels, historic country mansions and a garbage-skip at the gates of City Hall in Belfast.
The kitchen and foyer of Gnome House will host the Domestic Godless’s anarchic repertoire of food and drink. The café will be open free to the public during the day with ticketed events on Friday and Saturday evening.
This is a walk-in experience, to see and listen to, and to eat and drink… if you’re brave enough.
Dates and times:
17 July: 12 - 5pm
18 July: 12 – 5pm
19 July: 12 – 4pm, 7 – 8.30pm
20 July: 12 – 4pm, 7 – 8.30pm
21 July: 12 - 2pm
Café Abyss is part of Waltham Forest Tours, a travel agency with a difference. Visit the Waltham Forest Tours section for more events.