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The world’s longest tasting menu

17th May 2013 Print

This June foodie explorers, unearthed will be attempting a Guinness World Record to create the world’s longest tasting menu, which will consist of 193 courses - one from each country in the world. To celebrate unearthed is inviting the public to taste a piece of the world with it’s 193 course pop up restaurant in Hackney, London on Friday 14th and Saturday 15th June.

Diners who visit the pop-up will be transported on a culinary tour and will be able to try a selection of some of the most unique dishes from around the world such as Meat Gutab from Azerbaijan, Grasshoppers from Congo, Durian fruit from Malaysia and birds milk from Romania.

Entry to the world’s longest tasting menu is by ticket only and costs £10 for an hour seating. Simply tweet your interest and preferred time slot to @foodsunearthed.

Simon Day, Brand Manager at unearthed comments: “There are so many exciting and unusual ingredients in the world that many people haven’t had the opportunity to try and our tasting menu has been designed to give people this chance. Hopefully the menu will inspire people to experiment with new flavours and cuisines in their own kitchen.”

So, if you have always wanted to travel the world why not come along to the unearthed 193 course pop up and try regional delicacies from various countries and we’ll put a stamp in your passport.

For more information on unearthed and the world’s longest tasting menu, visit