The Arcane Experience: The Perfect Marriage of Food and Art
February 24, 2017
The highly anticipated March Art Week is back and bigger than ever with an array of exciting exhibitions, gallery openings and jam-packed art-themed affairs.
Whether it’s a quick lunch between gallery visits, an afternoon tipple on the terrace pre-vernissage or a long dinner entertaining friends and clients post-art festivities, Arcane’s repeated oak-interior, stunning art pieces, tantalising dishes, and overall aura, positions it as a must-visit this time of year.
Conveniently yet tucked away in Central, Arcane’s long term collaboration with Flowers Gallery London makes it home to some of the most adorned and fascinating artworks.
Chef Shane Osborn believes that the aesthetic value of quality artworks greatly enhances the ambience of his restaurant and enriches the dining experience of his guests, which is why each edgy, unique and alluring art pieces have been carefully sought out and selected, making a prominent presence in all corners of the restaurant.
Enviable and colorful collections chosen from British Artist Patrick Hughes, British Painter Bernard Cohen, English sculptor Nicola Hicks and German Photographer and Artist Michael Wolf, complement and reflect the culinary vibrancy and artistry in Chef Osborn’s palate pleasing dishes.
From the significant art pieces to the exquisite meals, as well as the clean and precise focus to every particular detail, Arcane’s inviting yet intimate atmosphere makes the hidden gem a pivotal stop during Art Week.
In addition to this, Arcane’s 2000-square foot space can be easily transformed into a multi-functioning event space, for those interested in a more indulgent and private celebration. The restaurant will be open for lunch and dinner throughout Art Week and will offer set lunches and a la carte options for both lunch and dinner.