Tate Bri­tain serves up a feast of Im­pres­sion­ism and gas­tron­omy

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Fine food meets fine art at Tate Bri­tain’s onenight-only fes­tive din­ing event. Visit the ‘Im­pres­sion­ists in Lon­don’ ex­hi­bi­tion af­ter hours to fol­low the sto­ries of Claude Monet, Camille Pis­sarro and other French artists who es­caped across the Chan­nel dur­ing the Franco-prus­sian War and built close con­nec­tions with their Bri­tish coun­ter­parts. Af­ter­wards, make your way to the gallery’s Rex Whistler Res­tau­rant to in­dulge in a four-cour sed inne rf ea­turin gd ishes such as roast goose with potato ter­rine, and choco­late fon­dant with black cher­ries. fh The event takes place on 8 December at Tate Bri­tain (www.; tick­ets cost £100. ‘Im­pres­sion­ists in Lon­don’ runs un­til 7 May 2018.

claude monet’s houses of par­lia­ment, sun­light ef­fect (1903). above right: camille pis­sarro’s char­ing cross bridge (1890)

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