So-called ‘high energy dining’ is proliferating in the face of wider economic doom and gloom, The Telegraph reports

Miro, a new opening in London’s Mayfair, is not a restaurant for the faint-hearted, nor the poor. You descend in a lift to an opulent but dimly lit subterranean space.

The music is loud, and frequently played by a live DJ. The menu is designed to provoke laughter, outrage, and outrageous bills.

It grabbed headlines for a caviar chest, served with sparklers and priced at £3,000, but other items are similarly luxurious.

A waiter will serve you a caviar ‘bump’, spooned on to the indentation between your thumb and forefinger and designed to be slurped down in one.

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