KinoVino creates unique dinning experiences interlacing food and culture. Offering bespoke private events, unforgettable cinema-supper club gatherings and original food popups, your encounter with KinoVino events will always be surprising, enriching and utterly delightful. Journey with us into the world where food, film and story-telling merge, to discover new cinema cultures and eating rituals, intoxicating scents and flavours, and meet like-minded travellers to share these experiences with. Explore the schedule for our monthly KinoVino cinema-supper club, take a peek at the programme of popups and why not inquire about a bespoke private event just for yourself.
“KinoVino is a window to a more graceful, beautiful world, than the one we daily inhabit. Every detail is attended to, not least the presentation of all the elements. Just the sight of the dinner table is a visual feast” – guest’s feedback
KinoVino Kaukasis with Olia Hercules
30 Aug 2017
Calvert 22 Space, Shoreditch
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A mesmerising night of intoxicating scents, sights and flavours from the Caucasian mountains. Join us for KinoVino Kaukasis to explore a beautiful cuisine prepared for you by one of the most vibrant chefs on current food scene – Olia Hercules. Olia exploded the food world several years ago with her debut cookbook “Mamushka” and her second culinary book, Kaukasis, is already promising to be a revelation. Before you indulge in Olia’s feast, KinoVino will treat you to Georgian wines and a screening of the most enigmatic Soviet-Armenian film – The Colour of Pomegranate, by the inimitable director, Sergei Paradjanov. This will be Olia’s 3rd appearance at KinoVino and there is no doubt this night will be as intoxicating, unique and magical as all others!
20 September – KinoVino East/London with Rosie Birkett. Booking opens soon
4 October – Severn Sister Feast London. 11 top female chefs in aid of Action Against Hunger. Book now