Thursday, October 20, 2016
PICASSO INSPIRED CUBIST COBB SALAD
For a certain period, Pablo liked to break everything down into cubes…
The culinary creatives at London’s Colony Grill took notice of Picasso’s penchant and were inspired to offer a new twist on an American classic.
Born for this century is The Colony Grill’s Chopped Salad, a classic assembly inspired by famous Los Angeles taste icon: the Brown Derby’s Cobb Salad, created in the mid-1930s.
The Colony Grill is a unit of the brilliantly marketed collection of Corbin & King Restaurant’s. It is located in the Beaumont Hotel,
8 Balderton Street, Brown Hart Gardens, London, W1K 6TF
An example, of culinary art meeting marketing magic can be seen in a series of Corbin & King retro-style short films linking food and the famous.
Pablo Picasso is featured in The Colony amongst 60 original caricatures by San Francisco artist John Mattos.
Here’s what we’re talking about: