Monday, July 28, 2014   

Fat Duck goes to feed gamblers
(03-31 18:35)

Innovative British chef Heston Blumenthal has announced plans to pack up his Michelin-starred restaurant and fly it to Australia for a six-month stay.
The restaurant in the village of Bray, west of London, will close temporarily in January, and reopen in Melbourne's Crown casino the following month.
Blumenthal told reporters in Australia today: “We are going to pick up The Fat Duck, the whole team, and fly them over here.''
After six months the Fat Duck will go home and the Melbourne restaurant will reopen as Dinner by Heston Blumenthal.
The Fat Duck opened in 1995 and helped pioneer science-based “molecular gastronomy.'' –AP
   
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