It’s been spotted in Berlin, Buenos Aires, and at Glastonbury Festival, in gardens and orchards, on rooftops and stilts. In its original Hackney home, Hornecker’s set design talents stand out. Find a seat in a bedroom or on one of the balconies, amongst the mismatched, salvaged furniture, quirky junk, trinkets and tiny doors that make up the installation, and enjoy your food with random entertainment from a transvestite dressed like Tina Turner.
This isn’t just about food; the Pale Blue Door is a feast for all the senses and a buffet of impressions. Follow the “whiff of moonshine” to your dinner and wonder whether you’ll be the same when you come out.

The Pale Blue Door just returned to London.

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