Surgeon Simulator Fine Dining Experience

6In celebration of the latest Surgeon Simulator release, Bossa Studios are set to host a unique dining event that will recreate the experience of attending open surgery. Created by macabre creative Miss Cakehead and chef James Thomlinson the Surgeon Simulator meal will recreate the sensation of surgery in its most delicious and disturbing form, set in the unique location of an operating theatre which brings surgeon Nigel’s backstreet premises to life for the first ever time.

Inspired by some of the 50+ different achievements – and 9 operations – on Surgeon Simulator the menu is set to feature a range of unique dining options such as a tooth transplant and smashing open a ‘brain’ with a hammer.

Cracking open ribs to access the meat underneath, scooping out bone marrow and – celebrating the app being available for iPhone for the first ever time – fishing out edible iPhones from deep within Bob’s torso are just some of the experiences diners can enjoy.3

The entire feast will be hosted by patient ‘Bob’ who will be bringing the macabre humour the game is know for to the table (literally!) – this being the first ever time by Bossa Studios have brought this character to life.

As with all surgery, guests will be expected to scrub up for dinner and attend in full surgical gowns. There will also be no knives and forks on the table, instead guests will be required to eat their meal with the same tools Nigel uses during surgery including tweezers, bonesaws, surgical scissors, circular saws and hammers – all essential if your ‘dining table’ has a live patient in the middle of it! At the end of the meal guests will also be marked on their ability to conduct surgery with ‘achievements’ even including brutal murder!

The event is set to take place on 5th and 6th of November at a secret London location, with a limited number of tickets are available to the public for the second date follow the #SurgeonDinner for more details.

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Alex Humphrey

Alex studied film at the University of Kent and went on to work for Universal Pictures in their Post Room gaining an inside look at the movie industry from the very bottom. Constantly writing reviews in everything from local magazines to Hip Hop sites Alex honed his critical skills even spending a brief period as a restaurant critic. Read more

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