Sensual Eating Event

Welcome in the new year with table-banging antics à la Meg Ryan style...

LADIES and Gentleman, it’s time to put the ‘ooh’ back in food and welcome in the new year with table-banging antics à la Meg Ryan’s character in When Harry Met Sally.

On Wednesday 18 January (7pm), Manchester’s award-winning Mark Addy restaurant will host an exclusive food-oriented event with Tantra organisation, Shakti Tantra, and with Urban Deva founder and author of Running Into Myself, Thea Euryphaessa.

The ticket-only event will focus on seductive platters to draw you in, get you up close and personal; finger-licking foods your hands can revel in, your teeth can tear apart, your tongue can roll around; outrageous food you can lick, sniff, and feast on with all the senses.

In other words, this is a night of food to get you in the mood and delight (and, perhaps, disorient) the senses.

Critically acclaimed chef Robert Owen Brown, will present a provocative and salaciously sexy array of treats, the likes of which have never been served in a restaurant before.

Shakti Tantra’s founders Hilly Spenceley and Sue Newsome will, together with their experienced team of assistants, be on hand to guide diners through the evening’s relaxed and playful proceedings with the opportunity for Q&A (Q&A will be anonymous: write your sex-, Tantra- and/or intimacy-related questions down beforehand to be placed in a bowl and answered on the night, time pending).

The price is £40 each. Tickets for this event are strictly limited so book now to avoid disappointment.

If you’ve ever been intrigued by the idea of Tantra and would like a taster (quite literally in this case), think of this as a toe-dipping introduction.


A £10 non-refundable deposit is required to secure your place. Book in person at The Mark Addy; call Denise or James on 0161 832 4080 or email [email protected] with SENSUAL EATING EVENT in the subject header.


The Mark Addy, Stanley St, Salford, Manchester, M3 5EJ


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