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New Sessions Just Dropped The Futuristic Dinner Taking Place Under Melbourne’s CBD

By Ben Tyers
12th Jul 2019

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We’re well and truly in the depths of winter, almost at the point where going outside in Melbourne is just not an option.

Luckily, living in this great city, there are plenty of indoor activities to get stuck into—and Fed Square’s Sensory Underground is one event you’re not going to want to miss.

Taking place as part of Fed Square’s Anything But Square Festival, Sensory Underground kicks off in late-July and runs through to Tuesday 20 August. They’re running two sessions per day (Tuesday to Sunday) at 6pm until 7:30pm, and 8pm until 9:30pm. The event has been in high demand with sessions sold out until Sunday 11 August already.

New sessions have just become available, so you better get in fast. Wednesday 14 until Sunday 18 August are now available with two sessions available on each of those days.

Sensory Underground takes place underneath Fed Square, entry is via Platform 13 at Flinders Street Station. If you’re wondering what the space will look like, think Blade Runner. A neon-lit futurescape that will focus on looking at the future of food in 2045.

The food? It’s all being cooked by the legends at Tokyo Tina, so you’re truly going to be in good hands.

“We’re thrilled to be part of this experience, with the unique surroundings and futuristic atmosphere giving our team from Tokyo Tina the opportunity to demonstrate their culinary creativity in developing dishes that, while still influenced by Japanese cuisine and culture, are unlike anything on the Tokyo Tina menu,” said Commune Group Director, Simon Blacher.

Tickets are on sale now, get in fast and buy them here.

The Details

What: Sensory Underground
When: Thursday 1 August until Tuesday 20 August 2019
Where: Fed Square
For more information, head to fedsquare.com.

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Image credit: supplied

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