1) Fallen Eyeball. The first snack really sets the gory tone of the menu. Liquid mozzarella eyeballs, finished by a make-up artist, are coated with cocoa butter and served on the earth’s soil, made from black olives and bread, with a white balsamic vinegar dressing.
Bleeding Stag - no Westeros celebration is complete without the slaughtering of an animal. Pierced with arrows, and designed to appear as though straight from the hunter. Delectable seared venison served with a dripping fake blood dressing, made from bonito, soy and ginger.
2) A soup of crushed skulls and raven feet! Crushed skulls crafted with a crusty garlic potato galette with raven feet fritters, made from black battered red piquillo pepper. All served with a Raven Broth made from quail and pigeon stock.
3) The King’s Feast arrives. A roasted chunk of wild pig served on Heart tree log, alongside roasted stone fruits of the Godswood forest.
4) Liquid gold poured over a dragon egg for dessert. Dragon eggs feature a sprayed chocolate shell with a liquid passionfruit and vanilla centre. Served on an edible earth of dark chocolate mud, white chocolate clay, gold nuggets, vanilla and buttermilk nitro rock and crumbed shortbread. All drizzled with a golden orange curd.
5) The cake of thorns
Gastro Park’s Game of Thrones menu, March 7 to April 7, $100 a head, minimum four people a booking, bookings essential, 8068 1017. Source.