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You won’t need to be part of the “in” crowd to hear about the underground restaurant movement. Paying to dine with strangers at a clandestine location instead of eating at a mainstream restaurant is all the rage in London at the moment and the word is spreading like wildfire.
Secret eateries are not necessarily a novelty – Paris-based American writer Jim Haynes has hosted open-door dinners for the past 30 years, “locked door restaurants” or “paladares” have been around for decades in the US and South America.