A London Bridge arch turned hidden bunker bistro has been occupied to transport diners to the height of World War Two and the French Resistance.
Maman Le Mot, Bunker and Bistro, will open its doors next Friday to give people the chance to eat and experience France in 1943.
With the exact location kept a secret till tickets are purchased, eaters are encouraged to dress the part and will be taken through how to “parlez Francais”, swig wine and, once full, get involved in “Le Party”.
Hosted by A Place In Time, the unique dining experience is available every Friday and Saturday from 7pm to 1am from launch, and follows on from a similar experience called The Tick Tack Club, which was inspired by the BBC show, Peaky Blinders.
James Battison, founder of In Time, said: “The first spark came from standing in the corner of the main room, whilst it was running as the Tick Tack Club and thinking, this looks a bit like a bunker. One thing lead to another and here’s where we are!”
The experience is said to have been inspired by comedies like ‘Allo ‘Allo and Dad’s Army, and seeks to give people a different restaurant experience.
To book tickets, visit www.aplaceintime.co.uk/1943/book.php.