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Plans are underway for Game of Thrones fans to eat like kings (though that’s proven not the best thing in Westeros lately) in London this year in anticipation for DVD and Blu-Ray release of the shows fourth season. Planned by HBO to open for three days, the pop-up restaurant 'All Men Must Dine' will host various meals that are in theme with the award-winning show. Such a high-calibre establishment won’t host any old riff-raff though, and only has seats for a group of carefully selected fans who undertook a tough task to get a seat.

I’ll have whatever he’s not having.
I’ll have whatever he’s not having.

HBO put Game of Thrones fans to the test and requested that they pick their favourite character from the show and more importantly, what meal they would cook to win their heart. Those that cut the mustard would be given an invite to chow down on such delicacies as ‘The Lies of Tyrion Lannister and his Proclaimed Innocence – Poached Veal Tongue with Beetroot, Horseradish and Oldtown Mustard’. Yum.

The menu is being cooked up by Wandering Chef and Grosvenor Mixologists at London’s Andaz hotel which will be redecorated as the King’s Banquet Hall. However delicious the meals may be, it’s worth giving the wine a sniff before you take a sip, and to keep an eye out for the closest exit should the restaurant band start playing Rains of Castamere.

Game of Thrones will be returning to screens for its fifth season in April. If you’ve got an unhealthy appetite for its return, check out the trailer below.

Source: Reelgood via The Independant


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