January 27, 2021
The Chef’s Table
Since the pandemic many restaurants shut down, limiting dining in or closing all together with the unknown of what was ahead. From an industry that delivered to many, with social gatherings, late nights, and an exploration of food and service to an industry that is now limited, operating in an unknown of business and demand while grasping on to what once was, the Food and Beverage world has definitely shifted. But what is missing from this, what human and psychological properties do we lack from not being able to be social, discover, indulged, and be catered too even if it’s a mere breakfast diner.
It’s human nature to want to care, to interact, to enjoy, and utilize all of our senses. While complete shutdowns were just months ago, restaurants are now reopening, allowing dining in and bar seating, bringing back the familiar feeling that was missed, although operating with certain protocols keeping a lingering reserved feeling. That’s why to spoil oneself in an experience that not only allows you to utilize all your senses but also open up your views is a burst of enjoyment. At Talking Rock, the Chefs table does just that, in the heart of it all, witnessing the calm, the chaos, the talent, and art. Of course, following safety protocols, the Chefs table is currently available for bookings of six on Saturday evenings, with masks to be worn while not in your seat. With an intimate setting and service to cater to your every need, this unique dining experience is everything needed to enhance an evening out.
Book a private dinner with a prefixed menu or enjoy the regular dining menu. Pair it with the perfect wine and just take in the views of an active kitchen. To learn more and book a one-of-a-kind evening out, connect with the Talking Rock Food and Beverage team to explore your options.