may 11, 2016: wall street journal on one-of-a-kind experiences in amsterdam

wij vinden het bijzonder leuk om met jullie te delen dat de culinaire werkplaats in de travel section van the wall street journal is genoemd als één van de ‘one-of-a-kind experiences‘ in amsterdam’ volgens rico gagliano (journalist), die onze lokatie twee keer heeft bezocht.

dit is wat hij schrijft over de culinaire werkplaats.

Devour art.

Eric Meursing and Marjolein Wintjes describe themselves as food concept designers—in other words, they play with their food in the name of art. They once crafted an edible, life-size pink wedding dress out of paper-like sheets of rhubarb-infused agar. Four nights a week, their industrial kitchen-slash-studio, De Culinaire Werkplaats (near the cultural complex of Westergasfabriek), turns into a restaurant where each dish looks like a miniature art installation. This month, the couple opens a “food-art” gallery next door, with a debut exhibit of objets created with all-black ingredients—like a sculpture of wafers made from blackberries, black currant and black-curry.

en klik op de volgende link om het hele artikel te lezen over the four wacky, one-of-a-kind destinations in the dutch capital, from sleeping in a crane to rocking out in a bunker.


Thank you for visiting us!

Unfortunately De Culinaire Werkplaats is closed permanently.

eric meursing is still available as culinary advisor/food conceptualist/plant-based chef