So, when was the last time you went to the butchers and were inspired to take out you camera and take a photo of the butcher shop because it was simply amazing? What sort of crazy question is this, as for most people the answer is NEVER.
A while ago I came across Victor Churchill butchery in Sydney and realised that this is not such a crazy question after all. To find out what I mean have a look at the clip below;
The level of themeing of the oldest continuous butcher shop in Sydney Australia is apparent with a 100 year old meat slice on display, butchers cutting timber blocks and even down to the sausage shaped door handle. There is a sense of theatre to the point that in one video I recently watched a chef refer to Victor Churchill’s as a ‘department store for meat’.
The success of this butchery experience is now being shared with the USA with Victor Churchill in America
Reblogged this on 200273 – Managing Service and Experience and commented:
Tim’s right on the money with this observation – this butcher shop is truely an amazing foodie experience. I would add that they give a strong sense of theatre to the purveying of their meat. Just clever.