Imercian Fine Dining - The Mekano Set Menu

Hello kids. Sin here. Welcome to a very special release – a mekalicous Imercian dining festival of informations that I hope you will all enjoy.

For those who don’t know me – as The Mekano Set Press and PR officer I have been supporting The Meks with their Social Media and general Interwebbing presence since about a month ago. I’ll explain later.

Today we want to bring the essence of Imercian Dining into your hearts, heads, and most
importantly, bellies. 

Many have asked: what do they eat in Imercia, if anything? To some it may seem they subsist entirely on booze and fags. But no! To defy this ever-glowing rumour, The Mekano Set press office has collated a menu highlighting some typical Imercian dishes. 

While this may tickle your appetite and/or gag reflexes, please remember that it is not just about dishes. Imercians take great care to uphold their own particular dining traditions, such as extended mulling over what to order (even when dining in private), indulging the sudden disappearance of their appetite and eating at peculiar day- and night-times.

Imercian outdoor wine-cooler

Dining can be a complicated matter at times: in very traditional restaurants, waiters will
purposefully ignore guests for up to 23 minutes before taking an order. Even in the more modern establishment, the scowl is a must-have accessory on any waiter’s face. Tips will only be accepted when secretly hidden on or within your server’s person – though they will usually politely distract themselves for a little while after the meal, thus giving you the opportunity to hide your gratitude and appreciation. 

The Meks demonstrating some examples of acceptable Imercian dining attire and manners.

I'm hoping that the menu may form part of a unique compilation of Traditional Imercian Fine Dining Musics that The Meks are compiling. So that you can all really "imerce" yourselves in the full Mekanistic dining experience ; )

We hope that we have managed to make Imercian Dining a little more accessible for those interested in its intricacies. The Mekano Set Menu is available as a pdf file via Bandcamp, iTunes store, Spotify and Grooveshark - and as a limited edition fine-art print on special request.

Until next time
- Sin xxx

While occasionally practiced, the use of fresh vegetables is not key to Imercian cuisine.

P.S. A couple of weeks ago The Mekano Set confirmed that they are planning a pan-European tour in 2013. They mentioned lots of details, but we will save them for another post!