A NOTE TO ALL OF OUR GUESTS…
PLEASE SEE OUR DECLARATION FORM BELOW FOR THE SPICE ROOM AT PACHAMAMA EAST.
WE LOVE YOU ALL REGARDLESSLY BUT HAVE CREATED THIS TO ENSURE THAT EVERYBODY UNDERSTANDS WHAT THE SPICE ROOM EXPERIENCE IS ALL ABOUT.
THE SPICE ROOM DECLARATION FORM
I hereby declare that after booking The Spice Room with the team at Pachamama East, I shall not grumble, moan, whinge, whine, bleat, grouse nor grizzle - on any form of social media - about the fact that it is where all of Pachamama’s secret spices, oils and dry store goods are stored and that Chefs will be popping in and out during the course of our dining experience to gather up these ingredients as they go about in preparing our dishes.
I am completely aware of the fact that The Spice Room has been created specifically to provide guests with a dining experience that makes them feel as though they are enveloped by the inner workings of the restaurant and in understanding that it is located downstairs at the heart of our preparation kitchen, I know that all of the aforementioned aspects are actually an intentional part of the dining experience.
Thus I promise not to jump onto Trip Advisor, Google, Facebook or any other of the online review platforms to complain about the fact my party dined in The Spice Room.
I also fully comprehend that the sumptuous array of dishes that are served at Pachamama are Peruvian-inspired and therefore completely interpretive from a culinary perspective. Pachamama’s Chefs use secret spices and oils and I understand that these, among other dry store ingredients, are kept in The Spice Room and wholeheartedly accept the fact that my party will be joined sporadically during our time there, by chef’s as they gather them all up. I also promise not to mistake a plantain for an overripe banana because I have no idea at all what a plantain is.