From spotted desserts to rainbow cocktails, these gastronomic recreations of Yayoi’s works will delight you
The question is, if Yayoi Kusama‘s art could be eaten, what would they taste like?
While the answer is up to one’s creative interpretation, three eateries here have taken a whack at it with their own tantalising versions of her iconic dots, pumpkins and infinity rooms.
To immerse yourself in the whimsical world of the Japanese artist, check out these dining hot spots for your artistic fix.
Photo: Gallery & Co.
1. Gallery & Co
National Gallery’s resident lifestyle concept store Gallery & Co displays true commitment to the Yayoi Kusama movement by offering not only Kusama-inspired merchandise such as enamel pins and socks, but also culinary treats that reflect her colourful artwork.
The cafe, dressed in polka dots, is serving five special dine-in items that make for a cohesive meal. These artistic treats consist of the Pickled Baby Beetroot ($12), the hearty Pan-seared Chicken with Quinoa Fregola and Pumpkin Puree ($25).
For a sweet ending, go for the Pumpkin, Coconut and Mango Infusions ($12.50), as well as the fruity Boba Tea with tadpole IQ balls ($7.50).