Electric Picnic plans to cook up a storm

Dylan McGrath, the chef behind Mint, the Michelin-starred restaurant that closed its doors earlier this year, has been drafted in to feed the performers taking part in the Electric Picnic music festival.

29th August, 2009

Dylan McGrath, the chef behind Mint, the Michelin-starred restaurant that closed its doors earlier this year, has been drafted in to feed the performers taking part in the Electric Picnic music festival.

The chef may have to cater for unusual demands from the artists – last year Grace Jones demanded 50 fresh oysters after her Electric Picnic performance.

Festival-goers, meanwhile, will have the choice of 55 food vendors, which are designed to cater for all tastes.

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